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New York Times crossword of June 5th, 2007 other clues
Bird in the 'Arabian Nights'
Categorical imperative philosopher
Composer of the 'Brandenburg Concertos,' in brief
Computer user's shortcut
Decides one will
Did not disturb
Discarded: Var.
Firefighter's tool
Former Vladimir Putin org.
Friend since high school, say
Funnyman Philips
Gmail alternative
Guthrie who sang about Alice
Hosiery shade
It merged with Exxon
Italian flowers
Letters before a pseudonym
Mil. plane's boosted launch
Morning hour
Muddy area
Mural site
Murphy's is well known
Often-misused pronoun
Oklahoma native
One-named singer for the 1960s Velvet Underground
Opposite of bueno
Period to remember
Petty quarrel
Pirate's domain
Playful sprite
Prefix with afternoon
Prefix with space
Rapper Shakur
Request to a switchboard oper.
Resort city that shares its name with a Duran Duran hit
Schooner part
Seat that may have a swivel top
Setting for TV's 'House'
Skunk River city
Soft drink since 1905
Southeast Asian language
Third baseman Rodriguez
Throat dangler
Throw out
Tibetan beast
Traffic tie-up
U.R.L. ending
Verdi aria
War god on Olympus
Zhou ___
'Little' '60s singer
'Mockingbird' singer Foxx, 1963
1964 #1 hit by the Shangri-Las ... or this puzzle's theme
'Uncle' of old TV
'What's shakin', ___?'
38-Across, in a sense
38-Across, in a sense
38-Across, in a sense
38-Across, in a sense
Actor Gulager
Actress Hagen
Adidas competitor
Afternoon social
All-night trucker's aid
Alphabetic trio
Area connected to a kennel
Being of service

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