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New York Times crossword of May 19th, 2007 other clues
Breathing trouble
Brief salutation
Christian pop singer Tornquist
Classic chocolate treat
Crime lab items
Debussy's 'La Mer,' e.g.
Doesn't deviate from
Eighth-century pope in office for 23 years
Flat, for example
Foul smoke
Foundation supporter
Golden Slam winner of 1988
Strikes abruptly
Terse identification
The Bible's Mizraim, today
Time for a fresh start?
WD-40 applications
Wee dram
With 16-Across, title time in a 1961 #1 hit by Gary U.S. Bonds
Woman who flexes her muscles
16-Across, in another way
Assumption subject
Acoustic instruments
Band name heard in Morse code on its single 'Secret Messages'
Biggest part of a certain belt
Birthplace of Yakov Smirnoff
Grp. founded in part by the Y.M.C.A.
Hundred, in Honduras
Institutional investment
It's one funny thing after another
Language of 47-Down
Like Eddie Murphy's Norbit
Like the Supremes and the Go-Go's
Lost the frivolity
McCallister of 'The Story of Seabiscuit,' 1949
Mississippi's ___ State University
Mr. Bill's outlet, once: Abbr.
Narc tail?
Not leave as is
Noted Joffrey Ballet dancer of the 1980s
Olin and Horne
Person who says one thing and means another
Place to get five Jacksons, say
Place to spend drams
Plays, as a sub
Public station
Question from the picked-upon
Rank informality?
Rustic-sounding man's name
Say something to which people reply 'Duh!'
See 15-Across
Simeon the Great and his successors
Sitcom set in Houston
Soprano's repertoire
Spicy serving in a bowl

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