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New York Times crossword of June 5th, 2004 other clues
'Doughnut,' in baseball lingo
'The Sopranos' figure
'This ___ a drill!'
'___ help a lot!'
Access the contents of
Allures
Alternative to bowties
Anaïs Nin, for one
Cannonballed
Classic Bruin nickname
Common calculator button
Concrete proposals?
Confrere
Contrary to the spirit of 37-Across
Daredevil
Dinner companion?
Drama with lots of fans
Dumber than dirt
English children's author Blyton and others
Exercises
Football coach's admonishment
French Beaux-Arts painter Cabanel
Got off the dime
Handout for tourists
Iago, notably
It separates Sicily from the rest of Italy
Kind of fluid
Like a pregnancy
Links strings
Little angels
Lose it
Lover of Eos
Martian rover?
Mouth, slangily
Nickname on the range
Not electric
Not picked up
One at the kids' table, perhaps
Onetime Aerospatiale products
Opening words of 'Travelin' Man'
Piano composer ___ Nancarrow
Popular apéritif
Prefix with linear
Puts out
Response when something hits you
Said one's piece
Schmaltz
Scottish seaport
Scouting outings
So-called 'royal herb'
Some poker players
Spanish bear
Spreads
Start of some games
Stink
They get left behind
This, in Thiers
Tom and Jerry ingredient
U.S. air base site in Greenland
Wearing a small crown
Whitney Houston song used by NBC for the 1988 Summer Olympics

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