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Crowd-thrilling hits: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 9th, 2008 other clues
'Doonesbury' journalist Hedley
'Oklahoma!' bad guy
'Such a tragedy'
1960s TV western
A multiple of CLI
Actress Morelli of 'The Leopard,' 1963
Alternative to cedar
Axiom ender
Bat shapers
Bit of ballistic evidence
British record giant
Builder of a hanging nest
Certain character sketch
Certain fund-raiser
Chips and such
Computer connection
Cousin of a guinea pig
Designer Kenneth
Egyptian ___ (cat breed)
Feel eager
Fill up on
Flying piscivores
French pronoun
Home of Utah Valley State College
It often includes surround sound
It tells you where else to look
It's not light work
Jib used to give a boat more speed
Kir ingredient
Like lace
Market figure, briefly
Mixer option
Moon marking
Not at all recent: Abbr.
Not squaresville
One might have a stunt double
One passing notes?
One who may do a wire transfer
Org. that called '60s strikes
Organization originally called the Jolly Corks
Park with great care, e.g.
Philanthropic focus
Plural suffix with urban
Potential reputation ruiner
Predawn period
Projecting bit of architecture
Provide a seat for
Ricky Nelson's '___ Late'
Secondary arrangements
Shakespeare's own?
Simon & Garfunkel's 'El Condor ___'
Some believers
Some cameras
Something to project
Suffix of some cyclic compounds
Terrifying tales
The 10 in 10/20: Abbr.
The lower 70s, say
Trappers with pots
TV marine
Weber per square meter
Where many lives are expended
Word in a 27-Down
Yellowish-orange spread
You might take stock in it: Abbr.

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