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Predecessor of the boliviano crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of June 30th, 2007 other clues
Millet, for one
Most-nominated Best Actor (eight times) never to win an Oscar
Novel that ends 'By noon, the island had gone down in the horizon; and all before us was the wide Pacific'
Numbered 31-Down
Part of the Dept. of Justice
Plugged in
Polaris or Procyon
Proofs of purchase, often: Abbr.
Result of too many rusty nails on the road?
See 44-Across: Abbr.
See 51-Across
Shade of red
Small wonders
Sobieski of 'Joan of Arc'
Some Microsoft employees
Starchy bite
The river Pison flowed from it
They're found by the C's
Title city in a 1983 George Strait hit
Title for Camilla
TV tavern
Unpleasant way to catch one's spouse
Where to find the Mercury line and the Girdle of Venus
'Weeds' channel, briefly
With 54-Across, black magic
Word with building or burial
Writer who was a source for Verdi's 'Rigoletto'
'Tout le monde en ___' ('Everyone's talking about it': Fr.)
1961 film also known as 'The Job'
Actress Maryam
Alley oops
Antarctica's Prince ___ Mountains
Aral Sea feeder
Austrian article
Bank holdings?
Be profligate, in a way
Beats narrowly and unexpectedly
Bourbon order
Built up
Burning the midnight oil
Check for credibility, in modern lingo
Controversial study
D-Ray, e.g.
Does the math
Furry tree-dweller of the Amazon
Good bud
He wrote 'The heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of'
Historical succession
Invite letters
It can keep ballfields dry
Kind of service
Like Pompeii, once
Like porridge
Line struck through by a winner
Lola in 'Damn Yankees,' e.g.
Lots to offer
Many G's

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