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New York Times crossword of May 16th, 2014 other clues
'Give me ___'
'Peace out'
'Who ___?'
1959 hit with the lyric 'One day I feel so happy, next day I feel so sad'
Abbr. on some clothing tags
1969 Rolling Stones album
Achilles' undoing
Activity that proceeds hand to hand?
Actress Kazan or Kravitz
Admiral who bombarded Tahiti in 1914
Ancient master of didacticism
At any price
Black-and-white transmissions, briefly?
Car name that's Latin for 'desire'
Charges at the door
Corrosion-preventing coating
Couch problem
Director in 'A Chorus Line'
Drag racers' governing grp
Emmy-winning Ed
Event with touches
Extraocular annoyance
Extremely excited
First of 66 books: Abbr
Five to nine, maybe, but not nine to five
Good name for a worrywart?
Had a beef?
He called the U.S. pres. a 'glorified public relations man'
It often results in changes across the board
Jason of 'How I Met Your Mother'
Like most brain neurons
Like some long flights
Like some oversight
Literature Nobelist before Gide
Looking up
Make eyes pop and jaws drop
March Madness, with 'the'
McConnell of the Senate
Minor parish officers
Nelson Mandela's mother tongue
Not meant for specialists
Not very affable
One may get a pass
Ones remaining
Ones remaining
Paradoxical assertion, perhaps
Part of a filled-out survey: Abbr
Part of une fraternité
Pick up
Picture on a chest, for short?
Pistol packer in a 1943 #1 hit
Product for young string players?
Seasonal servings
See 3-Down
Some Blu-ray players
Sound heard during a heat wave
Stream on the side of a mountain, perhaps
Swan song
The 'O' in F. A. O. Schwarz
They often spot people
Wayne's pal in 'Wayne's World'
With 56-Down, refuse to be cleaned out from a poker game?
Writer of the 644-line poem 'Ibis'
___ Grey, alter ego of Marvel's X-Man
___ Jon (fashion label)

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