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New York Times July 6 2018 Crossword Answers
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‘You sure about that?’
‘___ It Time’ (1977 hit for the Babys)
Abbr. on a city boundary sign
Alice with a Nobel Prize in Literature
Civil rights org. since 1909
Co-star of Wood in ‘The Lord of the Rings’
Competition that hurts everyone
Doesn’t get involved
Drs. that see head cases
Find common ground
Floppy disk creator
Go well (with)
Goddess of marriage
Got into a pickle?
Has a great night at the comedy club
Home, in slang
Image on the Maine or South Carolina flag
Ironic reaction to dry humor?
Kid’s proud retort
Land of ___ (where 1-Down lived)
Lead-in to type
Letters sung as mi, mi, re, re, do
Like lop ears
Long-running drama set in N.Y.C., informally
More au courant
Much of the text of a Supreme Court decision
One of the jacks in cribbage
One of two polar opposites
Orlando, in the music world
Pallid and unhealthy in appearance
Pram pushers, perhaps
River of forgetfulness, in myth
Ruler who died in 30 B.C
Some ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’ costumes
Some bill collectors
Some WikiLeaks leaks
Standard product, once
State capital that was a boyhood home of Herbert Hoover
Tribe encountered by Lewis and Clark
Unlikely Top 40 songs
When la Bastille was stormed
Word with black or blood
Words after ‘Ha, ha’