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New York Times crossword of June 3rd, 2002 other clues
Place for seagulls to sit
Playful animal
Poi root
Put back to zero, say
Put up
Repeated lyric in a children's song
Russian rejection
Secretly tie the knot
Southwestern river
Starts of workweeks: Abbr.
Supermarket part
This instant
Tijuana gold
Took a train, say
TV honor
Use the backspace key
Without help
Yang's complement
___ of London
#5 iron
'I haven't a thing to ___!'
1040 initials
'Over the Rainbow' composer Harold
'Incredible' one
'What ___ is new?'
Any port in a storm
Beauty, brawn or brains
Behave promiscuously
Brain cell
Break bread
Cincinnati nine
Clarinet's kin
Classic Salinger novel, with 'The'
Clay brick
Cling (to)
Coffee, slangily
Comedic actress McClurg
Dance in a grass skirt
Dry (off)
Egg holder
Electric fish
Enclosure with a MS.
Eye amorously
Favorite project
Field goal specialist
Fill (with)
Firenze's land
Follow orders
For fear that
Goliath, to David, e.g.
Goulash seasoning
Heap ___ upon
Land for a house
Letters from the Persian Gulf?
Make an effort
Make, as a guess
Mass figure
Mentalist Geller
Middle of March
Mountainous area of Austria
Neglected neighborhoods
Neighbor of Earth
No ifs, ___ or buts
No longer in fashion
Not just swallow whole
Not shallow
Old-fashioned containers
Opposite of most
Oven emanation

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