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New York Times crossword of June 7th, 2018 other clues
'My Dinner With ___' (1981 film)
'Ri-i-i-ight ...'
'So that's what you mean'
'Therefore ...'
A long time, in Mexico
Aachen article
Ancient Mexican
Anne of comedy
Annual celebration, for short
Baseball legend Yastrzemski
Beauty spots
Big foot spec
Big name in chips
Bit of neckwear
Bundle that might come with a bow on top
Bygone Ford make, informally
Calvin in 'Calvin and Hobbes,' e.g
Carbonated beverage, spelled as 33-Down might suggest?
Carbonated beverage, spelled as 33-Down might suggest?
Carbonated beverage, spelled as 33-Down might suggest?
Carbonated beverage, spelled as 33-Down might suggest?
Colorado senator Michael
Cookie containers
Dice roll, say
Digs in the mud
Dirt in a dump truck, perhaps
DVD player button
Eponymous cartoonist Guisewite
Extended family
Fab alternative
Fan fixation
Feast that might include lomi-lomi salmon
Figures recorded in an experiment
Fizzy wine option
Food court regulars
Fool, in British slang
For two voices in unison
James who played Sonny Corleone
Knowing signs
Like a happening party, in slang
Like a winning play in the final seconds of overtime
Madison Ave. industry
Material in sheets
Meal with storytelling
Michigan college town
Much-reshared post on social media
Nascar's Busch or Petty
Overly enthusiastic
Part of a competition
Plate, e.g
Pro choice?
Revolting scene
Rises, in a way
Shaving brand
Since way back when
Singer Jackson
Some Italian models
Something often added to a carbonated beverage
Something you can lend without having to part with
Southwest skiing locale
Stale joke
Thin ___
What's tall when it's young and short when it's old? (old riddle)
Word in a Latin 101 lesson
___ board

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