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New York Times crossword of May 31st, 2009 other clues
'Gloria ___' (hymn)
'The Pearl of ___ Island' (Stowe novel)
'___ Marlene' (W.W. II love song)
*Hides out
*Not firm work?
*Physician's promise
*Real work
*Religious affiliation of John Adams and William Howard Taft
*You raise your arms for these
1967 #1 hit whose lyrics begin 'What you want / Baby, I got it'
Ancient playwright who originated the phrase 'While there's life, there's hope'
Ascension Day, e.g.: Abbr.
Author Welty
Beta blocker?
Big Apple subway line, with 'the'
Born overseas
Boston's Liberty Tree, e.g.
Busch Stadium locale: Abbr.
Challenge for H.S. juniors
Comes out of one's skin
Comics canine
Common name for a working dog
Creator of Princess Ozma
Cry from the bench
Dead giveaway?
Democrat Specter
Do, re, mi
Driving hazard
End of a footrace
Explorer ___ Álvarez de Pineda, first European to see the Mississippi
Fed. med. research agency
Film that lost the Best Picture Oscar to 'Chariots of Fire'
Firewood unit
Form of acetylacetone
French 42-Across
French word before and after 'à'
Golf's Palmer, to friends
Hill of Hill hearings
Hogwarts professor Trelawney, e.g.
Illinois city
Impressionist Degas
It may be tapped
Italian Renaissance composer Banchieri
Jack Sprat's dietary restriction
Jaw site
Je ne ___ quoi
Jester, e.g.
King of England, 946-55
Lack of faith
Lark's home
Laughs one's head off
Maine coon, e.g.
Managed care grp.
Manila pact grp., 1954
Men of La Mancha
Mercedes-Benz model
Montana Indians
Mountain, in Hawaiian
Narrow furrows
Nondairy product in the dairy section
Not too spicy
Nubian Desert locale
Ocean's reflection
Oregon city, with 'The'
Pack away
Paint choice
Personal identity
Peut-___ (maybe, in Marseille)
Pilot's E
Plains Indians
Popular pain reliever
Prefix with -naut
Primitive weapon
Prynne of 'The Scarlet Letter'
Pulls in
Quod ___ faciendum
Raises the hackles of
Razor brand
Reduces to bits
Refuser of a 1964 Nobel Prize
Sailor's realm
Satellite org.
Scenic fabric
Schooner's contents
Sea lily, e.g.
See 68-Across
Semi fill-up
Serve notice
She can be polled
Something to play
State below Lower Saxony
State V.I.P.: Abbr.
Style of furnishing
Supermodel Hutton
Swab's target
Sword material
Tap into
Technological debuts of 1998
Tennis's Roddick
The Osmonds, e.g.
Those with yens
Towser, e.g., in 'Catch-22': Abbr.
Travel plan: Abbr.
Trifling amount
With 70-Across, some people are ___ crosswords
You name it
___ radio
___ White, one of the girls in 'Dreamgirls'
___' Pea

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