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New York Times crossword of June 26th, 2011 other clues
Blackmore heroine
Grandparents, typically
Bob Evans rival
High and softly resonant
Home to Sun Devil Stadium
It landed in the Pacific Ocean on 3/23/01
It's worst when it's high
Jazz singer Anderson
Judo-like exercises
Leonard of literature
Like a corkscrew
Like Mussolini
Little dipper?
Locale for a cattail
Love before war?
Bygone hand weapon
Not so big
Not live
Old Fords
One hit by a tuba
Penn State campus site
Pipe shape
Polynesian potable
Prefix with -lithic
Prefix with caching
Question that may be answered 'And how!'
Response to the query 'Does Ms. Garbo fist-bump?'?
Cry from a balcony
College town just off Interstate 95
Drink with a head
Drink with one's pinkie up, say
Commercial name suffix
Country star ___ Lynne
Crib items
Dance seen in a Lincoln Center performance of 'Don Giovanni'?
Celebration after a 1964 heavyweight championship?
Decide to sleep in the nude?
Didn't miss
Director of the major film debuts of James Dean and Warren Beatty
Retired flier
River to the North Sea
Scarlett O'Hara's real first name
Sean Connery and others
See 33-Down
Doesn't miss
Seven: Prefix
Shocking, in a way
Shot, e.g.
Shriners' headwear: Var.
Singer Grant and others
Soap units
Sodium ___
Some cats blow on them
Southwest Africa's ___ Desert
Sting, e.g.
Story teller
Stuffs oneself with
Ending with soft or spy
Summer mo.
Summer sign
Summer treats
Many a Nevada resident
Tampa paper, briefly, with 'the'
Female co-star in 'Love Crazy,' 1941
Team that once played at Enron Field
The Mavericks, on scoreboards
They're often said to be fair
Thief, in Yiddish
Filmmaker Allen
Tolkien creatures
Town on the Hudson R.
Tree whose two-word name, when switched around, identifies its product
Turn brown, maybe
Make it
For the most part
Former German chancellor Adenauer
Most murky
French beings
'Totem and Taboo' writer
'Around the Horn' cable channel
'Così fan ___'
Game whose name is derived from Swahili
'Hang on ___!'
'None of the leading sales people came in today'?
'Rock 'n' Roll Is King' band, 1983
'You don't need to remind me'
Garfield's owner
'___ could have told you that!'
1983 #1 hit with the lyric 'Put on your red shoes'
1988 Grammy winner for 'Crying'
41-Down was named after one: Abbr.
A Fonda
Actress Polo
Agcy. with a list of prohibited items
Alex of 'Webster'
Alphabet string
Also-___ (losers)
Apollo target
Artist Francisco
Baja's opposite
Berkeley campus nickname
Up for grabs, as convention delegates
Washed (down)
What Cher Bono, e.g., goes by
What whitewashers apply?
When doubled, a number puzzle
With 98-Across, showy play
With a wink, say
Wolf (down)
Yucatan year
___ acid
___ Friday's
___ pork

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