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New York Times crossword of May 19th, 2002 other clues
'Iliad: The Movie'?
'Let's just leave ___ that'
'The Psychedelic Reader' collaborator
'The Right Stuff' role
'What are you, some kind of ___?'
1970's singer ___ Dee
Actress Lena
African herd
Animal group suffix
Answer to 'Who, me?'
Answer to a señor
Arch type
As recently as
Ballets de Paris member
Bazaar units
Bites a little
Blockbuster business
Breast ___
Buffalo hockey player
Bump off
Campus group in its typical state?
Castle part
Charlie Chaplin's cane, e.g.
Chewing gum base
Colorful Apple
Computer users
Cowardly Lion portrayer
Cries of surprise
Deceitful doings
Degree in music
Department store department
Difficulty with Z's?
Ends of some games, for short
Est. and Lat., once
Evening hour
F equivalent
Fall asleep at the poker table?
First name in cosmetics
Fix firmly
Flexible choice
Fraternal org.
French possessive
Garrison, Spanish-style
German opera part
German sub
Get carried away?
Goes off
Grammy-winning King
Grp. that spawned the Weathermen
Harder or softer, depending
High land
Hot ___ oven
Hull part
I.R.A. part: Abbr.
Immunologists' samples
Ipse ___ (unproved statement)
It's a laugh
It's a racket
It's usually blue or brown
Italian resort lake
Joe Friday and others: Abbr.
Kilo- or mega- follower
Lapidarist's weight unit
Late news?
Lawless warrior
Like a televangelist's show?
Like Libya, largely
Like some winds
Long cut
Make out
Makeup of an estate
Margaret Mitchell was one
Mexican dictator Porfirio ___
Mister Ed and Elsie the Cow?
More reliable
Nabisco treat
Native place
Neb. neighbor
Nord department river
North ___
Not put out
One of 22 cards
Opera set in Egypt
Org. with a mission
Orr teammate, familiarly
Out of ___
Parade group?
Part of a stairstep
Pear type
Peter, Paul and Mary: Abbr.
Popsicle on a hot day?
Prefix with nautical
Question to a Quaker kite flier?
Royal band
Salinger girl
Scottish island
Shade of black
Singing partner of 114-Down
Singing partner of 71-Across
Skeleton's head?
Some are English
Something for the road?
Sorority letter
Square dancer's need
Stairstep measure
Subj. with graphs
Sucker, in Surrey
Suffix with buck
Table salt is one
Tennis's Hingis
They may be related to people at sea
Third line at the bottom: Abbr.
Trypsin, e.g.
Very much
Visiting locally
Way with strays?
Wealthy one
What one often sees Homer do to Bart Simpson?
When doubled, la-di-da
Where I find impish impulses?
Whole slew
Wisconsin college or town
Wrap (up)
Yankee Hall-of-Famer Waite ___

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