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New York Times crossword of July 1st, 2006 other clues
'Romeo Is Bleeding' co-star, 1993
'___ River'
18th-century French marshal
1983 film about illegal immigrants
A train grp.
Abbr. on old U.S. maps
Abbr. preceding a date
Annual short-story awards since 1986
Brown alternative
Cold war plan: Abbr.
Collier's work: Abbr.
Component of some pools
Daughters who became stars
Delivery after a delivery?
Democrat Dellums
Put under the table
Security deposit payer
See 52-Down
Shirt tag abbr.
Sickroom chorus
Some keys
Some rules
Spoiled the surprise
Sports fans' bonuses, briefly
Tithonus' abductor, in Greek myth
Two-time Grammy winner Houston
Valentine figure
When Mephistopheles appears in 'Dr. Faustus'
Williams College athletes
With 20-Across, writer who once lived with Gore Vidal
___ end
___ l'oeil
Didn't straphang
Drivers' surprises
Emergency response initiator
Firth of Clyde river
French possessive
French possessive
Friend of Dr. Phil
Gen. Ludendorff
Hall-of-Fame gridder Greasy
Hamburger's home
He made a bust of Mahler
He said 'Champions aren't made in gyms'
It may come out of a toy
It might include a built-in sharpener
It's supported by a cradle
Kearney's river
Like a Taser stun, usually
Like many a campground
Like some wrists
Like the Marx Brothers in a 1935 film
Major conclusion
Mine passage
Nickname in a 1970's crime drama series
Old German coins
One above a specialist: Abbr.
One carrying off carrion
One of the lives in Plutarch's 'Lives'
Overcast sky, to some
Performers with dangerous acts
Prayer start
Pretentious one
Pulitzer winner for 'A Delicate Balance,' 1967

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