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Breed of cat, goat or rabbit crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of June 27th, 2012 other clues
'Hamlet' castle
'Let's get goin'!'
'Put it there' indicator
'Row, Row, Row Your Boat,' e.g
'Row, Row, Row Your Boat,' e.g
2011 Grammy-winning song by Jay-Z and Kanye West
A monomaniac has it
Bird claws
Bone-muscle connector
Call to a calf
Commercial prefix with Clean
Complete set of 12 shapes formed by this puzzle's black squares
Descriptive of this puzzle's grid
Donald or Daffy Duck
Electric shaver brand
Flat land
Former Ford subcompact
Future D.A.'s hurdle
Gambler's stake
Game piece
Go commando?
Good name for an investment adviser?
Hatcher of a 'desperate' plot?
Haw's partner
Hawaiian goose
It's between Kan. and Tex
Its symbol is AA on the New York Stock Exchange
J and No
Jack Kerouac's last novel
Like areas where cattails thrive
Like arts taught at Hogwarts
Like this puzzle's 37-Across
Long-running NBC staple, for short
Many a gym locale
Mariner's org
Milk source
Mount in Exodus
Much ado about nothing
Neutrogena target
Novelist Grey
One sweep of a hand: Abbr
Penniless, in Pennington
Phylicia of 'The Cosby Show'
Pioneering jazz standard of 1917
Potting material
Radio tower, for one
Repeated Laura Petrie line on 'The Dick Van Dyke Show'
Secret supply
Singer James
Soccer great Hamm
Sports venue
Stevedores, say
Studio that made nine Astaire/Rogers films
To be in France?
Verb from Popeye
What a wide receiver or an Oscar broadcast might do
What framed Roger Rabbit?
Whom Uncle Sam wants

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