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New York Times crossword of June 6th, 1998 other clues
Title of respect
Totally out of it
Verano, across the Pyrénées
Vote to accept
Was irritating, in a way
When shadows disappear
Zapper predecessor
___ whim
'Sonnets to Orpheus' poet
Aggressive type, supposedly
'This ___' (1979 Loggins hit)
'The ___ near'
'Watership Down' novelist Richard
Animal house
Bridge opponents
Bygone auto ornament
Called for
Chinese for 'skill'
Chip maker
Chloral hydrate, e.g.
City on the Allegheny
Defense and electronics giant
Describing the Viper rocket
El ___ (Western peak)
Fix, as a bow
Frequent laundry leftover
Gentle slope
Graceful beast
Hidden from view
Inspired a lot?
Kind of order to a broker
Kind of ticket
Like 'see,' in grammar: Abbr.
Looked out for
Loses data, in a way
Memory, in a manner of speaking
Most eligible
Natural gas component
Neurologist's tool, for short
Not much
Obsolete court tactic
One of Hollywood's 'big five,' once
Open swath in a forest
Park near Flushing Bay
Passes (out)
Popular club
Reactions to losses, maybe
Regulatory grp. since 1970
Scores, e.g.
Sheriff Deadeye creator
Signs of insomnia, maybe
Smooth connections
Son of Cain
Southwestern native

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