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New York Times crossword of May 9th, 2004 other clues
Pair of lamps, maybe
Part of a business report, with “the”
Pay stub?
Pitcher Robb ___
Place for booths: Abbr.
Plowing December roads, e.g.?
Possible reason for a poke in the ribs
Pot-au-___ (French stew)
Prohibitory words
Quadrennial games org.
Reason (from)
Reception from a Roman emperor?
See 115-Across
Some seasonal Florida residents
Some summer workers
South America’s Rio ___
Start of a counting-out rhyme
Strong as ___
Summa cum ___ (top grads)
Surgeon general under Reagan
Take ___ (snooze)
Tea accompanier
That, to a señorita
The King
They may be final or physical
They may be seen in cameos
Tomb of ___, in Najaf, Iraq
Viking competitions?
Goal-oriented guy
Gogol’s “___ Bulba”
Groundskeeper’s order
Hair dressing
Herbaceous plant
Herod’s fortress
Holyfield of the ring
Hurler’s stat.
Il or elle, in Paris
It means everything
It runs Down Under
Juice producer
Lambert Airport locale: Abbr.
Ledger entry
Like peas in ___
Like some blows to the side of the head
Like some farmers
Linney of “The Truman Show”
Lowest parts
Luth. or Meth., e.g.
Metalware decoration
Modern locale of ancient 113-Across
More advanced, in a way
Most bookish student in western New York?
Moving picture?
N.L. East city
Need a lift?
New Deal inits.
New York’s ___ School of Design
Noted wine area
One of the “Star Trek” series, to fans
Virgin Isl., e.g.
Wedding belle
Weight of a lorry’s load, maybe
Wheel alignment
Whistle blower, for short
Word repeated before “away”
Yeasty brews
___ Army (links group)
___ noir
___-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930
“Camelot” composer
“Don Pasquale” role
“El ___” (1983 film)
“I ___ Rock”
“Restrooms ahead”?
“The Voyage Out” novelist
“___ care”
“___ oui!”
“___ the conquered!”: Livy
Actress Gardner
Adjective in a “Ripley’s” entry
Andrea ___ (lost passenger ship)
Alfred Nobel’s birthplace
Arch with a point
Article in Die Welt
As required, after “if”
As soon as
Asian peninsula: Abbr.
Bank deposit
Barbarian songwriter?
Best Western competitor
Big roll
Bikini-to-Oahu dir.
Bit of cheesecake
Brought out
Bush solicitor general Theodore
Bygone map inits.
Caesar’s March 15 destination
Candidate’s declaration
Cartoonist Edward
Casual shirts
Clingy duchess?
Comment about a mixed public reaction?
Cross shape
Cut through
Cutting, as a remark
Dash widths
Dweller on the Danube
Eagle of the sea
El ___
Eye site
Family man, familiarly
Fast-food restaurant equipment
Feeling worse
First Lady of Jazz
Flower smeller?
Fluid overload
Font lines
Foul-tasting dessert?
Go for the gold?

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