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New York Times crossword of June 18th, 2004 other clues
'Nature' essayist
'See if ___'
'___ of Blue Eyes' (Thomas Hardy novel)
1995 Robin Williams film
Band on the run?
Bar stock
Basic cell division
Beaten punch
Book before Neh.
Breaking capacity, briefly
Brief bylaws
Chemical suffix
Clinton, e.g.
Completely overjoyed, perhaps
Control, symbolically
Course setting: Abbr.
Debut of 9/15/1982
Down Under youngsters
Due to heat
Electronic control system, for short
Football playoff grp.
Gives a protective cover
Having more bass
Identifying phrase
It has its outlet in the East China Sea
Juliet, to Romeo
Kind of table
Language from which 'galore' comes
Leaders in pits
Less than stellar
Mutinied ship of 1839
NASA, e.g.
Need to make a difference
Neighbor of Eure-et-Loir
Noted Carmelite mystic
One with future prospects?
Onetime Camaro alternative
Palm tree locale
Poet Rexroth
Pool accessory
Rash decision?
Ready to roll
Reproduces, in a way
Schubert's 'The ___-King'
Sight in Memphis
Smug expression
Some Monopoly players pay it
Some resins
Starr and Thompson
Terminal headaches?
That's what you think
Tropical insect whose name is the last word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary
Unit of 100 ergs per gram
White-haired types
Woman's name suffix
Yeaned youngster
___ chicken

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