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New York Times crossword of June 7th, 1999 other clues
'Blue' or 'White' river
'Don't get any funny ___!'
'Norma ___'
'The Godfather' author Puzo
'___ we all?'
1940's Cardinal ___ Slaughter
1978 movie thriller
A check, one might hope: Abbr.
Animate
Article in Harper's or The Atlantic
At a distance
Bridal path
Chicago's ___ Tower
Come-on to couch potatoes
Come-on to those who are broke
Come-on to those who are patient
Consumers
Corp. heads
Doll's cry
Double reed
Duelist's steps
Dunce
End of a come-on to bargain hunters
Flabbergast
Gaping mouths
Go kaput
Heavy coats
Land unit
Lender's income: Abbr.
Like some controversial plants
Likely
Lock of hair
Lotion ingredient
Men, in La Mancha
Mention
Move backward
Mule of song
Musical endings
Namath's alma mater
Nonsense
Not bold
Ore testers
Peace, Justice and Order, in Greek myth
Poetry studied in Greek class
Prior to, in old times
Pulitzer winner for 'Seascape'
Rephrase
Result of an infraction
Rocket type
Rogue
Roman route
Run off to get hitched
Saloon
Seine's south side
Serving with sushi
Spanish dessert
Spring or summer
Stir up
Stood up
Tangle
The 'U' of UHF
The sun
They may be shifted or stripped
Ugly winter forecast
W.W. II inits.
What to call a sergeant
Whimsically humorous
Who's solving this puzzle
Windborne deposit
With whom Juliet 14-Acrossed
Within view
WNW's reverse
Word before 'I told you so!'
Writes
___ Lilly and Co.
___ nous
___ Park, Colo.

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