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New York Times crossword of June 24th, 2007 other clues
One of the Trumps
One way to argue
One way to be taken
Parisian priests
Party's nominees
Perfect Sleeper maker
Phone button
Pick of the litter
Play co-authored by Mark Twain
Playground taunt
Plaza de toros sounds
Political prisoner, e.g.
Polynesian carvings
Prefix with phobia
Priory of ___, group in 'The Da Vinci Code'
Prudential competitor
Put one by
Put over high heat
Ref. work with online subscriptions
Refusal, in Renfrew
Rub the wrong way
Send up or put down
Sheep's genus
Short pans
Singer DiFranco
Sixth-century year
Some acids
Some farm machinery
Some linemen: Abbr.
Sort of
Elizabeth Dole once led it
Engine sound
Film director Roth
Finalize, with 'up'
First word of Dante's 'Inferno'
Frigid finish?
Frontier name, for short
Game played with a 1/2- to 3/4-inch ball
Gaston's girlfriend
Ginger ___
Gradually substitute
Great Society agcy.
Head honcho
High degree
Historic role played by Jack Palance and Anthony Quinn
In ___ rush
Indians known as the Cat People
Island in the Aegean
Israir alternative
It might go in a tank
It's below grade one: Abbr.
Jazz great Malone
Kind of approval
Language from which lemon and julep come
Letters before a colon, on TV
Like beaches
Like some hot dogs
Like wicker furniture
Mar, in a way
Mess of pottage buyer
Money you can't touch?
More than enjoyed
Mrs. Gorbachev
Not free
Sotheby's domain
Start a pot going
Steak ___
Stinging jellyfish
Stretch out
Strummed an old string instrument
Subj. of many conspiracy theories
Symbol for density
Symbol on a 6 key
Tawantinsuyu dwellers
Terre's counterpart
The, abroad
They might come back to haunt you
Time out?
Wall Street worker
Wash out
Wasps' home
Word with pack or pick
Wrapped up
Yemen's capital
Yemen's capital
___ coil
___ Helens
___ Kan pet food
'The Matrix' lead role
'How cute!'
'O Sanctissima,' e.g.
'You sure got that right!'
'___ My Heart in Monterey' (1927 hit)
'___ Rappaport'
'___ Say,' 1939 #1 Artie Shaw hit
'___ takers?'
10-Down's father
10-year prison sentence, in gang slang
1960s British P.M. ___ Douglas-Home
1966 Broadway hit with the song 'My Cup Runneth Over'
Actress Grier
Afternoon event
Alternative title for this puzzle
Appetizers served with sauce
Blu-ray players, e.g.
Brings in
Broadcast worker's union
Broadway's 'The Producers,' e.g.
Burst in on
Car that won the 1939 and '40 Indy 500
Carpet choice
Casual dress
Catch in the West
Cheese place
City ENE of Brattleboro
Clavell's '___-Pan'
Co. with a Mercury logo
Comics canine
Coolidge, Cleveland and Andrew Johnson, once
Coupon offerings
Does dictation, maybe
Dogs named for a region of Japan
Dramatist Ibsen
Early 1900s ruler

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