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New York Times crossword of June 22nd, 2001 other clues
#1 Tommy Edwards hit of 1958
'For sure, Fernando!'
'Guys and Dolls' tune
'The Fountainhead' character
'___ Own' (1994-95 sitcom)
17-Across topic
1944 E.T.O. battleground
A hand
Abbr. on a French envelope
Ability to rotate polarized light
Alone, in Arles
Ancient Greek theater
Big name in music compilations
Billing period
Buyer be where?
Cable company that merged with AT&T
Chief Ouray, e.g.
Chromatic nuances
Collect slowly
Concert stage sight
Cooper's creation
Custard apple
Desert danger
Div. of a degree
Doctor's order
Doctor's order
Exclamation of confirmation
Family member
Family member
Fashion initials
Fighter with horns
Floorboard supporter
For whom Sherman was veep
General transportation?
General ___ chicken
Hold off
Hold off
Hoodwink, in a way
It may be found in a schooner
Kind of challenge
Leave things unresolved, perhaps
Like a punished G.I., perhaps
Many a plaid wearer
Novel featuring Adela Quested
One-named sports star
Prince's 'Sign ___ Times'
Rat tail?
Rat tail?
Ripple producer
Signs off on
Some dabblers
Summons: Abbr.
Swing voter, perhaps: Abbr.
Syllable in oldies
Synthesizer pioneer
Teetotalers' opposites
They're hired to spin
Way for the wind to blow: Abbr.
Wharton protagonist
What a poor diet may need
What most L.A. Lakers games are played on
What some players turn
Windmill parts
Windmill parts
Word said explosively
Words of explanation
___ Friday's (restaurant)

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