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Exceedingly, with 'so' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 21st, 2004 other clues
Store on a farm
The 21st, e.g.: Abbr.
They might be written on a blackboard
Title character in an Aesop fable
Trixie of 1950's TV
Unagi, at a sushi bar
Wife of Theseus
'If ___ you ...'
'King Kong' attire
'Oh, ___!'
'Same here!'
1856 Stowe novel
'The X-Files' topics, for short
1974 hit subtitled 'Touch the Wind'
Actress Kazan
Alternative to Pl. or Ct.
Ancient mall
Botanist Gray and others
Boxing outcome?
Bruno, e.g.
Cabinet dept.
Capitol V.I.P.
City west of Knoxville
Classic 1868 novel set in St. Petersburg
Cry sometimes made with hands on one's head
Dessert, in Dover
Discontinued coin
Domestic comedy of 1983
Fancy finishes
First name in tyranny
Food stat.
Fundraising grp.
Go bad
Inscribed stone
It turns out lts.
It's usually abbreviated 'c.'
Letters at Camp Lejeune
Like a car, after a 33-Down
Like roses
Loss leader, e.g.
Maintains, as a violin
Modern mall feature
N.Y.C. subway
New in the area, maybe
Nothing, in Napoli
On the right and left
Palace, in Hindi
Part of the brain associated with memory
Person of some account
Place name that in Spanish means 'covered in snow'
Possible rebuttal in a childish argument
Protect, in a way
Record label inits.
River known anciently as Obringa
Seating sections
See 48-Down
Singer with the 1980 #1 album 'Guilty'
Stock: Abbr.

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