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New York Times crossword of June 6th, 2002 other clues
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Short subjects?
Slide (into)
Sour fruit
Struggle for breath
Superlative ending
Tanning places
Utah city
Verdi aria 'Tacea la ___ placida'
___ land
___ pepper
'Who ___?' (slangy query)
'___ not!'
2 + 1, in Germany
Adams of 'The Jack Paar Show'
Acted briefly
Actress Witherspoon
Amo, amas, ___
Ancient Irish alphabet
B.O. sign
Bridge declaration
Campus sites
Checker's move?
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Deep space, for the most part
Diamond covering
Dog in advertising
Egg producers
Failed mission?
Falls behind in the end
Famed quatrain writer
Final fight
Fingerboard ridge
Firm image
Frank McCourt title
Get whipped
House on a ski slope
Indonesian export
Instrument played with a bow
It's above a boom
Joined the ranks
Kind of bottle
Limb grabber
Lug: Var.
Map lines: Abbr.
Mine, in Nîmes
Most coll. applicants
Nothing special
Old White House nickname
One way for a ship to turn
Path for Apollo
Personnel director
Pituitary, e.g.
Place for a platform: Abbr.
Point on a bus map
Popular vacation locales
Prefix with logical
Preparatory times
Prescient one
Problem for a 'maniac'
Promise, for one
Revered figure

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