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New York Times crossword of May 16th, 2015 other clues
'I haven't the foggiest'
'Isn't he great!'
'You ___?'
1960s-'70s detective series
Barbera d'___ (Italian wine)
Barnyard male
Being tracked, in a way
Big Florida export
Big name in oil
British beer with a kick
Brush up on
Bygone Finnish coin
Cause for an R rating
Cheap ride
Children of American Communists
Coffee-brewing device
Contents of some chests
Deva, for one
Douglas who wrote 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy'
Expert in calculating
Faulty, as a tank
Forever stamp?
Former Jordanian queen
French pioneer of sign language
Goddess of magic
Group governed by the Imperial Divan
Hall-of-Famer with exactly 3,000 hits
Highest officer in his field, ironically
Hole in the head
Like news blogs, typically
Moves toward the middle
Natural shelter
Note in B major but not E major
Off the ground
Ones skewered in P. J. O'Rourke's 'Parliament of Whores'
Parole board consideration
Place bereft of happy campers?
Poet who won three Grammys for Best Spoken Word Album
Rattle on
Rock: Prefix
Rubylike gem
Secret society brother to George W. Bush and John Kerry
Setting for Ibsen's 'Hedda Gabler'
Sixth in a series
Some pasta
Started a movement, metaphorically
Swedish university where Anders Celsius taught
Tail waggers?
Tools with semicircular blades
Tourist purchase
Tufted songbirds
Unsuitable for locavores
Welcome out
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