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New York Times crossword of May 1st, 2006 other clues
Bon ___ (witticism)
Bucks' mates
Calcutta dresses
Church recess
Coarse file
Completely fill, as a hungry person
Destiny
Devices getting music downloads
Dr. Frankenstein's assistant
Early baby word
Eject in all directions
European car
Fishing rod attachments
Four years for a U.S. president
Frets
Golf pegs
Hurricanes, fires, etc.
Icicle's place
Inscribed pillar
It's skimmed off the top
Kind of torch on 'Survivor'
Kutcher character on 'That 70's Show'
Laundromat fixture
Lecherous look
Little lie
Lived
Merriment
More modern
Musical set in ancient Egypt
Noshes
Not so much
Not yet final, at law
Occupied, as a restroom
Old
Prevent legally
Prison unrest
Put away for later
Ring
Riot spray
School for which one feels nostalgic
Scissors cut
Shakespearean shrew
Siestas
Spread around
Studio stages
Supertough
Swedish furniture giant
Ten-percenter
Tennyson's ___ Arden
That is, in Latin
They're stuck in milk shakes
Throw, as a shot put
Took the World Series in four games
Tree-dwelling primate
TV title role for Pierce Brosnan
Violinists' needs
Watching intently
What a cadet won't do (or tolerate those who do), per the West Point honor code
What a charmer may charm
What icicles do
50's-60's singing sensation
''Tis a shame'
'Just a ___!' ('Hold on!')
'Long ___ …'
'My gal' of song
'Quit that!'
Affixes in a scrapbook, say
Artist Max
Attire accompanying a cane
Bale contents
Become tiresome
Before, in verse
Beginning
Blackhearted
Blue-pencil

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