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New York Times crossword of July 6th, 2004 other clues
'As I Lay Dying' character
'Out of sight!'
'___ as I can tell ...'
'___ it a shame'
20's touring cars
Accepts, as terms
Afternoon: Sp.
Alan of 'The In-Laws'
Almost forever
Astronomical ring
Brit. lawmakers
Camera type, briefly
Certain Scandinavian
Cheer leader?
City maps
Cloning need
Colonial ___
Cpl., for one
Dangerous slitherers
Danish theologian (speller's nightmare #1)
Design on metal
Earth Day subj.
Fe, to a chemist
First daughter in the Carter White House
Florida's Key ___
Florida's ___ Center
Form 1040 datum: Abbr.
Francis or Patrick, e.g.
Fraternity fun
Freak out
Game pieces
German philosopher (speller's nightmare #2)
Head of old Iran
Hurdles for future attorneys: Abbr.
Island party
Learning style
Locked (up)
Military sch.
Musical for which Liza Minnelli won a 1978 Tony
Navel variety
Nonunion workers: Abbr.
On-the-go group
Papa's partner
Pipe cleaner
Politico Hart
Pooh's pal
Printing goofs
Pudding fruit
Quadrennial events
Railed against
Romulus or Remus
Russian composer (speller's nightmare #4)
Seldom seen
Seoul soldier
Speed reader?
Spoonful, say
Swe. neighbor
Swedish statesman (speller's nightmare #3)
T.L.C. givers
The 'S' in E.S.T.: Abbr.
Time in office
Trade jabs
Trendy sandwich
Walloped, old-style
What 'nobody can' do, in song
With regrets

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