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New York Times crossword of July 6th, 2006 other clues
Old hand
Poverty and war
Related on the mother's side
Relative of 'It's not you, it's me'
Repeated part of a soliloquy
Rockets can be found in this: Abbr.
Rule to follow
Rush, e.g.
Shade of black
Some frills
Some T-shirts
Source of many spills
Tap-in, e.g.
The husband's
They may be hard to beat
Ticker tape, for short?
Title boy in old comics
VW predecessor
Words of affirmation
1992 and '96 Dream Team member
'Bye Bye Bye' boy band
'Chasing ___,' 1997 film
'We have a big dessert coming'
'___ Sutra'
1979 Vanessa Redgrave title role
50's political inits.
Actor McGregor
Allergic reaction
Almost zero
Alternative media magazine
B & B
Board unit?
Borderline agreement?
Campbell and Judd
Certain corp. takeover
Check out
Classic name in retail clothing … or a hint to this puzzle's theme
Co. name ender
Convened again
Country music legend Ernest
Cry of disgust
Cuddly zoo animals
Dame ___
Dark horses
Deprive (of)
Einstein's birthplace
Fox with the 1988 hit 'Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)'
Girl who's having a ball
Go through
Good college for poets?
He played Lord Jim in 'Lord Jim'
Hot time in Québec
How many vacationers travel
It touches four Great Lakes: Abbr.
Kind of skirt
Like some expensive tickets
Malicious one
Meat dish often served with gravy
Memo starter
Mother of Ares
Oil that's not really oily

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