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New York Times crossword of June 1st, 2019 other clues
Ending with quart- or quint-
Authorize, as a digital contract
Baseball great who was the subject of the 2006 best seller "Game of Shadows"
"I'm fine, but thanks"
Takes heat from
Political figure who became a CNN commentator in 2015
Part of a fireplace
Won back
Advance showing of a film
Literary anthology
Annoying bedmate
Squaw Valley backdrop
"___ doomed!"
Subject of an overnight lab study
Wasted word to a housecat
D.O.T. branch
Turnovers, e.g.
Right now
Group working on P.S.A. campaigns
Winner of the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in N.F.L. history (16 total points)
Stood on the hind legs, with "up"
Product made with steel wool
Pool party?
Dark-skinned grape used in winemaking
Word before bait or buzz
Locale of London's Leicester Square
Certain grain source
Abu Simbel statue honoree
Hot wheels?
Activity for new parents
Boston skyscraper, with "the"
Percussionist's wooden sticks
They're spotted at fire stations
As good as it gets
"___ so" ("Nuh-uh")
Try to get in, say
Classic baby food
"Suh-weet!," quaintly
Like Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo
Do business?
Many a yak herder
Proctor's declaration
Gymnast Biles and others
Septet in Dante's "Purgatorio"
"License to Kill" star
Lose crispness, in dialect
Big name in hosiery
Longtime film/theater critic Jeffrey
Start of many a morning commute, informally
Some first-years after undergrad
___ astrology, study with horoscopes
Means of surveillance
Go to pot?
Classic blazer fabrics
Potential recidivists

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