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New York Times crossword of June 11th, 2024 other clues
*Get seriously fortunate
Leaves might get stuck in its teeth
Train line between Boston and D.C.
Less interesting
Grinds away
Not very bright
Jamaican music genre
Bring up
Fastener used in securing pipes
Trunk appendage
"Impression, Sunrise" painter
Noted example of French Gothic architecture
Talkative bird
Title for Jackie or Jill, and a hint to the answers to the starred clues
Nickname for Oliver Cromwell
"I'm all ___"
Curly hairstyle, for short
Oven setting that can be "Hi" or "Lo"
Goes like a weasel?
Cutting onomatopoeia
Emulate Paul Simon in 1972 or Harry Styles in 2017
Hasty escape
Gold, in Galicia
*Title role for Lee Marvin in a 1962 western
Pedometer unit
Not buy, perhaps
Range that separates Europe and Asia
Up to the task
Camera type, for short
*Meteorological description in a Beatles song
"You said it!"
Trumpet flourish
Language of much legalese
Trees that produce moth-repelling oil
"Gimme five!"
Goes clubbing?
Proulx who wrote "Brokeback Mountain"
Exec's helper: Abbr.
Currency of Switzerland
Unfortunate neighbor of Mount Vesuvius
Goose egg
Poet Frank who led the 1950's-'60s "New York School"
Military address?
Sends packing
Just about
Pounded taro dish
Accessory for a flapper costume
Site for a cliff dwelling
Maraca, e.g.
Red alcohol in a spritz
Changes with the times, say
Word with history or exam
Arachnid's octet
Invites along for
___ knots (hairstyle)
Stringed Indian instrument
Danish shoe brand
"Told you so!"
Dracula's alternate form
Deadly African snake
Popular fast-food breakfast sandwich
Aware of, as a plot
Sun blocker
Verbal equivalent of tomato-throwing
*Crazy for
End of the earth

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