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New York Times crossword of June 15th, 2006 other clues
'13 ___ Madeleine' (1946 spy film)
'Ah, Wilderness!' mother
'Illusions in G Major' rock grp.
'May I ___ favor?'
'The Bourne Supremacy' org.
'The Phantom of the Opera' writer Gaston ___
'___ said before ...'
Alpha ___ (brightest star in the Bull constellation)
Amatol ingredient
Amoeba size
Apocrypha angel
Bird that feeds on parasitic ticks
Book after Exod.
Chop finely
Common blood bank shortage
Creature on Australia's coat of arms
Crew leader
Debtor's letters
Deuce follower
Down provider
Earned copiously
Encumber, with 'down'
End of the quote
Environmentalists' cause
Expensive spread
Flashy dance
Former U.S. poet laureate Howard ___
Frequent word after yes or no
Graveyard shift time
Hagen of the stage
Kind of stick
Large lawn
Laughing matter?
Least sober
Leigh Hunt's 'Abou Ben ___'
Lexicographer's concern
Like some Keatsian works
Much of 'Deck the Halls'
New Jersey politico Corzine
Old Massachusetts literary family
On the other hand, briefly
On ___ with
Onetime U.A.R. member: Abbr.
Part that's not eaten
Patriot's org.
Quote, part 2
Quote, part 3
Ray Bradbury's '___ for Space'
Reaction to an allergen
Silver State sch.
Something that may be rolled over, for short
Son of Prince Valiant
Southpaw's hit
Spanish sherry
Speaker of the quote
Start of a quote by 56-Across
Storm production
They cover all the bases
Trail for Hansel and Gretel
Washington's I-495
Wears well
Who is above the law, theoretically
Writ of execution
Year in Nero's reign
Zoo contents

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