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New York Times crossword of June 25th, 2011 other clues
Impulse carrier
Interjections from the obtuse
It may be judicial: Abbr.
Its shadow is often cast
Keep from spilling over, in a way
Kind of test associated with the null hypothesis
La., e.g., once
Less like nuts?
Like la nuit
Like many dreamers
Like many swimming pools
Like some conclusions
Like some exchange rates
Like two Kennedy brothers
Massachusetts Maritime Academy student, e.g.
Missiles may be delivered in one
MTV generation
Pabst brand
Pap's son, in literature
Part of morning dress
Pianist Schnabel
Polar region phenomenon
Practice with the Wheel of the Year
Preceded, with 'to'
Prize in Cracker Jacks, e.g.
Producer for 50 Cent, familiarly
Queen with a degree from Princeton
Rains in a studio
Scored together?
Searches for signs in a hospital
Secure the aid of
Severely sunburned, say
Small team
St. John's is its capital
Telecom giant headquartered in Denver
They're lined up on a neck
Things some cons are pros at
Tom Stoppard's 'Travesties,' e.g.
U leaders?
Van Gogh threatened him with a razor blade
Watt-hour fraction
Wet behind the ears
Where to get a citation while surfing
You might get a charge out of it
'Gnarly waves, dude!'
22-Across product
27-Across, e.g.
Ad imperative
Atomically related compounds
Brand that has Dibs
Chief Sassacus led one side in it
City where 'Smokey and the Bandit' begins
Directive obeyed by Alice
Easily changeable locks
English Leather alternative
Fit to finish?
Fork-tailed flier
Go along (with)
Greet and seat
Grooming routine

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