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New York Times crossword of May 29th, 2009 other clues
'Everybody Loves Raymond' Emmy winner Patricia
'In the Heights' Tony winner ___-Manuel Miranda
'Lost' category
'Walk ___' (1964 hit)
Action figure?
Adidas alternative
Allied landing site of September 1943
Ayatollah, e.g.
Backwoods pro?
Cause of a bad air day?
Charcoal wood sources
Charlton Heston's 'The Prince and the Pauper' role
Columnist Molly
Columnist who wrote 'Don't Call It Frisco,' 1953
Comparatively maudlin
Cousin of a stickleback
Derby dry-goods dealer
Ethnic prefix
Finnish pentathlete Lehtonen
Flat piece of paper?
From a particular perspective
From this moment on
G neighbor
Gets in sync
Head of Notre Dame
Ice cream mix-in
Introducer of 45's in '49
It'll help you make your move
Kennel clamor
Like 16-Across
Like some opinions
Long while
Meetings of delegates
Middle of the British Isles?
Not stick to one's guns
One that's stalked
Online message
Parisian pen
Picnic cooler
Place holder?
Poker variety?
Prepare a plate, perhaps
Producers of some bold words
Roof work
See 12-Down
Series kickoff
Singer of the #1 country hit 'Foolish Pride'
Sir Francis Drake discovery of 1579
Some are blank
Some July arrivals
State-founding Friend
The Ilek is one of its tributaries
They let people off
Torah's beginning?
Way up
What busy people are on
Where some sunflowers were painted
With 20-Down, kiddie-lit counterpart of Sherlock Holmes

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