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New York Times crossword of June 26th, 2009 other clues
'All the world's a stage' monologue setting
1998 Grammy winner for narrating his book 'Still Me'
Antique gun
Be indifferent
Back to zero, say
Bit of forensic evidence
Bridge guru
Bygone magistrates
Calendar listing
Cattle drivers
Check from a deck?
Concentration problem
Cry of reproof
Dog holder
Dopp kit items
Ellen of 'Ocean's Thirteen'
Family car, informally
Famous last words
Fine, in a sense
Formal discussion
Franklin in Phila., e.g.
Give up for a while
Tropical climber
Walled-off enclave in Iraq
Was perpetually dishonest
Way to watch someone win the lottery?
What a 17-Across might get assistance with
Lay an egg
Kangaroo carrier?
Knitwear material
Grp. of major supporters?
Guy who needs no 24-Down
It can hold a team together
It usually has a band around it
It's taken for a ride
Letters associated with a lion
Libya's second-largest city
Like drag shows
Like some steel
Lower Slobbovia creator
Made a claim
Make even brighter, say
Make sound
Military parade site
Minute or hour lead-in
More vaporous
Mountain passes
New Jersey city that was home to Walt Whitman
Nickelodeon title character
Occasions that begin with misses?
One calling about a tower, maybe
People often sing in it
Pierce the ears of
Quiches, e.g.
Recalling org.
Romeo might go after it
Sheet materials
Techies affiliated with a major electronics chain
To the extreme
Tool parts for bending and shaping

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