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New York Times crossword of June 17th, 2018 other clues
Camera with a mirror, in brief
GPS suggestion
___ Clooney, Barbara Walters's 'most fascinating person' of 2014
Hail on a bridge
Campus building
Capital city with more than 300 islands
Have ___ with
Certain expensive watch, in slang
Charlize Theron's role in 2015's 'Mad Max' reboot
Hold tightly
Charlotte Motor Speedway org
Huffed and puffed
Chop (off)
In the tradition of
Unnecessary extra
Chopped up
In view?
Youngest daughter on 'Black-ish'
'Huh, you know him, too?!'
City on the Rhône
Class for some immigrants, for short
Jesus on the diamond
John who wrote 'An Essay Concerning Human Understanding'
Words before a year
Upholsterer's fabric
'Forget about it!'
'Nobody's here but me'
'Little Latin ___ Lu' (1960s hit)
Lets off the hook?
Letter that, surprisingly, is not the end of the Greek alphabet
'lol' alternative
Light bite
Litter sounds
Load of laundry
'Pick me!'
Long transmission of folklore, say
'Star Wars' nickname
Lost baggage helpers
'That's rough!'
Makes fuzzy
'TiK ___' (Kesha hit)
Matches up
'You can skip me'
Med. school course
Act as a go-between
Michael of R.E.M
Actress/singer Hudgens
Military bigwigs
Ad biz awards
Arts-and-crafts kit trendy in the 1970s-'80s
Nursing facility?
Old Ford vehicles, for short
Autobahn autos
One who cries 'Uncle!'?
Baking meas
Battle of Leningrad, e.g
Open ___
Big name in laptops
Open, as a bottle of wine
BMW competitor
Otello, in 'Otello'
Breakfast trio
Pet peeves?
Cable alternative
Philosopher ___-tzu
Place for R.N.s
Police procedural beginning in 2003
Producer of public radio's 'Radiolab'
Pronoun in Dixie
Puppet show trio
Radiant emanations
Classic horror film locale
Rap artist Flo ___
Classic song
Record label for Pink and Pitbull
Contain, as a spewing oil well
Sailing trio
Sammy on a 1998 cover of Newsweek
Dangerous injection
Sci-fi stunner
Digits ending many prices
Sergey of Google
Smuggler's unit
Director Taika ___
Some Canadian natives
Do email scamming
Some skin art
___ Aldridge, pioneering Shakespearean actor
Dr. ___
Something ratable by number of Pinocchios
Effervescent citrus beverage
Southern university whose team is the Phoenix
Eponymous New Mexico tribe
Spanish seasoning that's a letter short of its English counterpart
Ernest who wrote 'Ready Player One'
Sport-___ (some vehicles)
Stadium section
Fall guy?
State a case
Fearsome figure
Strip pokers?
Subj. of 'The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test'
Foe of Robin Hood
Folk trio
Surrounded by
Fortune 500 company with an avian symbol
Survivor of an all-out brawl ... or a hint to 23-, 38-, 64- and 87-Across
Freudian area of study
Tall and thin
Geographically largest member of NATO
Temporarily stops running
Gilda of 'Saturday Night Live'
Thick soup
Goes with
Things near funny bones
Three sheets to the wind
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