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New York Times crossword of June 26th, 2022 other clues
High school dept.
Follower of smart or wise
Comic Davidson
Big whoop
Go over 21, say
"What she said"
Hindu Festival of Colors
Community celebrated in June, in brief
Name of BTS's fan base
Rodeo Drive uprising?
Swimmer's assignment
Kitten's sound
Anti-D.U.I. org.
Kind of fin
Smaller than small
One offering intense but unrequited affection, in modern usage
Rub it in
Red Muppet
What you'll hear after-hours at a sports car sales lot?
___ Studies (Gallaudet University department)
Indian state on the Arabian Sea
RC, for one
Cry from a boxing coach
Mellophone, e.g.
City that neighbors Ann Arbor, for short
Debtor's note
Fayetteville school, informally
Arthur Ashe Stadium org.
Wrangler maker
Great Basin natives
"Macbeth," but not "Hamlet"
Burn a little
Vegetable that's massaged before eating
Mythical ship that sailed to Colchis
Partitions between nostrils
Malt-drying kiln
Place to park a boat
Gave a look of "Can you believe that?!"
Airport code for a Delta hub
Diver's destination
It's a small world
"Look, fireworks!"
Labor class?
Palestinian political party
Tire-puncturing way across a river?
Some feds
Winter wear for a stegosaurus?
"I have my ___"
Bounces around a pool table
Chihuahua, por ejemplo
Take for a spin
Country whose name together with its capital city has only eight letters
Message written on a Wonderland cake
Mission statement's inspiration
[I'm a cow!]
Introduction to a chiropractor's makeshift toolkit?
Staunch dedication to one's upper leg exercise routine?
Ankle-length dress
First automaker to conduct crash tests (1938)
E.R. imperative
Pair in an ellipse
South Asian crepes
Religion of the Maldives
Musician whose name sounds like an exclamation
Capital on the Atlantic
Antagonist in "Hop-o'-My-Thumb"
Campaign to convince British P.M. Tony to change parties?
Like sailors' language, stereotypically
Mini manufacturer
Operator of the Valley Flyer and Coast Starlight
Drink with crumpets
Loire contents
Urge strongly
Wranglers alternative
Twisted jeans legs?
Rulers until 1917
Janelle of "Moonlight"
Per person
Top of a range?
Enter smoothly
Proper partner?
Number on a bus. card
First songwriter to win an Oscar for a James Bond theme
One in the driver's seat
Head of Eton?
Global finance org.
Word before or after perfect
Tribe whose flag features a circle of tepees on a red background
French menu word
To such an extent (that)
Game with a card that might say "Lawyer: court judge legal crime case"
Swabs, say
Target for salicylic acid
Fourth-most common surname in Korea (after Kim, Lee and Park)
Stinky ___ (popular Chinese street food)
"Your" of yore
___ system (GPS device)
Vogue rival
April fool target
___ Paese cheese
One-named singer with the 2016 hit "Crush"
Odds fellows?
"___ All That" (1999 rom-com)
"Despicable Me" antihero
Within reach, as a goal
Utah's ___ National Park
"Hairspray" mom
Fig. on a transcript
One with a storied education, informally?
Race in which one begins in a wetsuit, for short
Shade that one might find on the links?
"What did I tell you?"
Some writing samples
Source of Italian bubbles
Heart on one's sleeve, for short?
Verbal shrugs
Prefix with legal
Exclamation while seeing oneself on the Jumbotron, perhaps
Tick follower
German lament
Lab dropper
N.Y.C. subway inits.
Capital of Qatar
Inits. on a cellphone
Sports org. founded by Billie Jean King
Like the verb "to be": Abbr.

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