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New York Times crossword of July 16th, 2006 other clues
Start of a refusal
Stop from running, maybe
Storyteller's challenge
Sun. talk
Taos sight
Temple tender
Texas hold 'em announcement
Their tips turn up
They don't do Windows, as a rule
TO APPEAR ON ELBA, NON?
Tolstoy heroine
Toothbrush handle?
Touch
Vault
Was on
Wax rhapsodic
Winged
Word before and after 'against'
___ League
___ uproar
'Clever thinking'
'Wheel of Fortune' buy
'Kubla Khan' river
'I give up'
'Bingo!'
'Wait Wait … Don't Tell Me!' network
1940's-50's All-Star Johnny
1945 Physics Nobelist Wolfgang ___
1959 #1 hit by the Fleetwoods
1980's-90's New York governor
Abbey area
Absorbed
Affaire
Al ___ (Mideast group)
Amazon.com and others
August person
B'way showing
Baseball Hall-of-Famer Bobby
Benedict XV's successor
Boot
Boot
Bus. driver?
CANNY OLDER AUTHOR
Carryalls
Cask contents
Catalytic converter?
City south of Moscow
Clown shoe width
Co. founded by Perot
Composer Charles
Concentrated, in a way
Craving
Culture
Dad's namesake: Abbr.
Dennis of 'The Alamo'
Diet doctor
Diminutive suffix
Dog command
Dying words?
EAGER TO USE LYRICAL MOLD
Esther of 'Good Times'
EVER THE CRISP HERO
EVIL BRAT IN THERE
Fast feline
First name in 50's TV
Flight maneuver
Force
Frown
Garment size
Glove material
God whose wife had hair of finely spun gold
Goggle
Good buddy
Passers, briefly
Peach ___
Pelvic
Pergola
Pete ___, 1970's-80's General Motors chief
Pick up
Picnic hamperer
Pirates and Cards
Playfully roguish
Potentially dangerous strain
Pulitzer-winning critic Jefferson
Race of Norse gods
Recipe instruction
Rush
Salon supplies
School for King's Scholars
Sci-fi drug
Secretary of state before Shultz
SEEN ALIVE? SORRY, PAL!
Sharper
Sheryl Crow's 'All I ___ Do'
Short break
Short flight
Signs
Some nerve
Some wings
Something to fall on
Source of basalt
Soviet cooperative
Spartan serf
St. Stephen, in the Bible
Start a drive
Goos
Group of three
Herculean literary character?
Hip-hop jewelry, in short
Honk
Hopper
I VALUE NICER ROLE
Industrious one
It's usually slanted
Jason ___, longtime Denver Bronco
Kind of blade
Kind of diagram in logic
Like Ford's logo
Like some Fr. nouns
Lollygag
Madrid month
Meth.
Muchachas: Abbr.
Narc tail?
Nevada county
Nocturnal animal: Var.
Not manual
Notches, usually
Old cars with 389 engines
Old-fashioned contraction
One doing heavy lifting
One-seeded fruit, botanically
Operatives
P.M. times
P.O. items
Parked oneself
Part of a platform
Part of an instrument measuring fluid pressure
Part of the refrain before 'hey hey hey' in a 1969 #1 song

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