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New York Times crossword of May 14th, 2001 other clues
See 28-Across
Shop-opening time
Soup container
Special time
Stair parts
Striped shirt wearer
Suffix with buck
This, in Havana
Throw in the towel
Timeless Christmas wish
Travelers to Bethlehem
Ultimatum phrase
Unlikely dog show winners
Water pipes
Windy City, for short
With 25-Across, three-time Masters champ
Word that precedes a sentence?
Word with punching or sleeping
Yank (off)
___ nous
'Don't Cry for Me, Argentina' musical
'I don't give ___!'
'There! ___ Said It Again' (old song hit)
'What's gotten ___ you?'
180° from WNW
2 or 3, to 6
Any Time
Barber's obstacle
Booth Tarkington novel
Brought to a close
Bullets and such
Commandment verb
Complain, complain
Computer games, e.g.
Computer text can be written in this
Cry of shock
Disappoint, with 'down'
Expert group
Fishing hook
Frozen water: Ger.
Gen. Bradley
Grow moldy
Hair roller result
Happening place
Heloise offering
Henry VIII's house
High-protein food
Hindu social group
Icy rain
Leslie of 'Gigi'
Louisville Sluggers
Many a Mideasterner
Many a toy train track
Mobil product
Naval initials
Not just a star
On pins and needles
Part of N.Y.C.
Pigeon's perch
Pink, as a steak
Places to wear towels
Pot's partner
Potato chip accompaniment
Putin's refusal
Radio station in a 1970 Paul Newman title

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