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New York Times crossword of June 1st, 2011 other clues
Suffix with song
Target of many a New Yorker cartoon
Tic-tac-toe line ... and a hint to this puzzle's theme
Tip politely
Tom Thumb, for one
Top (out)
Turkish capital
Undergrads' Greek leadership society
Vermont ski resort
Warren Buffett's sobriquet
Was used up
What '-' means in a Google search
Wide shoe spec
You need to raise your hand to receive this
___ Burger (veggie patty)
___ gallery
___ Rabbit
___' Pea
'Turn to Stone' grp.
'... like THAT!'
'Love the skin you're in' sloganeer, once
'Oliver Twist' creep
'Potemkin' port
'The Makropulos Affair,' for one
'___ to Pieces' (Patsy Cline hit)
1981 Chrysler debut
2009 U.S. Open winner Juan Martín del ___
Actress Hatcher
Aegean tourist mecca
Author Rand
Bay window
Big bust
Blood-typing letters
Composer with 20 children
Cousin of an English horn
Demanding instructor's cry
Doesn't include
Financial scammer Bernie
First course?
Five to one, e.g.
Fort Myers-to-Tampa dir.
Front cover?
Garden party?
How a fatwa might be issued
Infielders' stats, for short
It might come after you
Keys of music
Line part: Abbr.
Make heads or tails of something?
Many a nursery chair
Mixed bags
Old Greek markets
Olympic snowboarding gold medalist White
Part of DKNY
Patron saint of Norway
Pulitzer-winning novel by Willa Cather
R.A.F. awards
Racy, say
Repetitive learning
Roman 209
S.F. footballer
Skater Babilonia
Software prototype
Song on a stage
Soprano Nixon
Steering system part

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