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New York Times crossword of June 18th, 2015 other clues
'Buona ___' (parting phrase in Italy)
'Lie Down in Darkness' author, 1951
Acquainted with
'Sweet Emotion' band
'The Lion King' queen
Antler part
Arctic residents
Astronomical distance: Abbr
Be the ultimate nerd, with 'out'
Big Apple subway line
Carrier to Seoul, for short
Changes the locks again?
Commercial lead-in to Geo
Company that owns the Seattle Mariners
Cuddles, in a way
Deadly or human
European carp
Fit (in)
From one perspective
German electrical pioneer
Grain in Nutri-Grain
Hearth instrument
Host's exhortation
Indian flatbreads
It 'refreshes naturally,' in old ads
It may hold the solution
John Irving's 'A Prayer for Owen ___'
Khrushchev's dissent
Last place?
Lunch container, for some
M.D. specialty
Mae West's '___ Angel'
Man on a mission, maybe
Mentaiko, at a sushi bar
Model ___ Wek
New Mexico's ___ Ski Valley
Old Toyota sports car
One side in the Peloponnesian War
Opposite of humility
Orphan of British literature
Packing a sting?
Papal name last used in 1958
Part of a rack
Prefix with byte that means 10^15
Record flaw
Roosters ... or not roosters?
Safety icon
Salinger dedicatee
Scene of W.W. II fighting
Searches for the useful parts of, as data
Segal who wrote 'Love Story'
Some banned literature
Some univ. hirees
Something exploited by a tax adviser
The heavens
The Olympics or Andes Mints
Uncle on 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'
Wall Street and Madison Avenue
Was a high school sprinter, say
What Horton heard
White and lighted

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