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New York Times crossword of May 26th, 2002 other clues
'A Hard Road to Glory' writer
'Battlestar Galactica' and 'Dune,' e.g.
'Don't Be Cruel' as opposed to 'Hound Dog'
'Exodus' hero
'Give ___ go'
'Laramie' and 'Laredo'
'Lawrence of Arabia,' for one
'Night' author Wiesel
'Rise and shine!'
'Silent Movie' co-star
'Thanks so much!'
'That's right!'
'Walking on Thin Ice' singer
'Well, well, well ...'
'___ Gold'
100 clams
100 yrs.
1966 Mary Martin musical
1982 cyberflick
Abbr. at the head of a letter
Angola's capital
Apples in some schoolrooms
Award for 'Six Degrees of Separation'
B'way producer's favorite sign
Ballroom players
C.I.A. forerunner
Cadets, eventually
Cash register key
Catch, as a catch-of-the-day
Caught some Z's
Charles, formally
Coffee order
Community outside the city
Disappear forever
Diving bird
Dixie pronoun
Doctors make them
Double back
Draw the line
Erving, in headlines
Fictional girl with the dog Weenie
Film director Lee
Film flop of 1987
French vineyard
Gap in a manuscript
Gets around
Go by
Golfer Sam and family
Hard-to-make decision
Harrison Ford thriller
Here and there, in footnotes
Hispaniola, e.g.
Historical character in John Ford's 'My Darling Clementine'
Hoarse talk
Holiday wish
Hosp. areas
Hymnist Adams, who wrote 'Nearer, My God, to Thee'
In a '64 song it's 'really lookin' fine'
In ___ (confined)
Inits. in TV comedy
It has finger holes
Johnny ___
Kind of pay
Law firm hirees, for short
Like many state capitols
Like many Sue Grafton characters
Like the most expensive chopped meat
Madre's kin
Make a move
Mazel ___
Met men
Metric unit
More than a kook
Mosaic items
Mother of Helios
Musician's liability
New Deal program: Abbr.
Noble Italian family name
Not one's cup ___
Nutritional info
Olympic medalist Midori
Part in many a documentary
Person easily duped
Person in a chamber: Abbr.
Person with questions
Platters, briefly
Play area
Post office chart: Abbr.
Postpaid encl.
Put down, slangily
Quick movements
Reproductive rights pioneer Margaret
Room at the top
Score keepers?
See 8-Down
Singer Rimes
Spotted animals
Starts of sneezes
Stylish, in the 60's
Suffix with smack
Theme of this puzzle
They can be hair-raising
They provide excellent service
Top gun
Try again
Utter capitulations
Very, in Vichy
Wall St. deals
With 74-Across, U.N. chief Annan
With the bow, to a violinist
Words after 'Pssst!'
World view
Yearbook sect.
Zaire's Mobuto Sese ___
Ziti topping
___ supuesto (of course): Sp.

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