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New York Times crossword of May 13th, 2006 other clues
Make out
Maker of running shoes
Makes the rounds?
Move merchandise
Municipality, in some financial names
N.L. East nine
Natives call it Mongibello
Noah Wyle's 'ER' role
Not drop
Old kingdom name
Olympus competitor
One calling the moves for a round dance
One may be striking
Really bug
Really bugged
Short-lived constructions
Stationer's supply
Stealthy ones
Takers of Tenochtitlán
Top-___ golf balls
TV cop with a pet cockatoo named Fred
Twa into twa
Units in Physics 101
Word after 'attached'
___ que (because, in Brest)
'I'm history'
'It's Too Late Now' literary autobiographer
'Way Out West' co-star, 1937
A week's worth of groceries, perhaps
Abba's '___ the Music Speak'
Bank security aid, briefly
Bell part
Buckthorn variety
Casserole option
Code bits
Comedian Chappelle
Entrance march into a bullfighting arena
Figures from 1 to 24: Abbr.
Follow priestly orders?
German town
Gets through quickly, in a way
Half-sister of Eva?
Hall of fame
He wrote 'I have the true feeling of myself only when I am unbearably unhappy'
Isn't delicate with
It gets notions
It has a slightly heavier British counterpart
It may hold the thé
It's no marathon
It's unlikely to be realized
Like some potatoes
Literally, 'baked'
Lloyd's of London locale

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