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New York Times crossword of May 19th, 2006 other clues
War correspondent Ernie
Where a bungee cord might attach
Wife in Fitzgerald's 'Tender Is the Night'
Without leaves
___ Williams, Huck Finn's female alias
Baptism castoffs
'Ba-da-___, ba-da-boom'
'Hup, two, three, four' caller
'The Crucible' setting
Arranged anew, as paintings
Backdrop of 'What Price Glory'
Beam joiner
Believer in the Rule of Three
Big name in jewelry
Built for comfort
Certain Manhattanite
Cows and bulls
Emulated a coyote
English portraitist who championed the Grand Style
Final Wilder/Pryor screen outing
First word sung on the Beach Boys' 'Pet Sounds' album
Former Royals manager Tony
French sociologist Durkheim
Frequent target of old Ferrell 'S.N.L.' skits
Funny business
Getting 100 on
Gill-breathing amphibian
Hefty hammer
In the loop
Isopods known as roly-polies
It may add up
Lawnmower handle
Like disciplinarians
Like kickboxing, originally
Moving stock
Name meaning, literally, west island
Number of stars, perhaps
Oily compound used in dyes
One putting on finishing touches
One taken by an artist
Porcelain piece
Radio Hall-of-Famer Rick
Romantic hopeful
Sand castle destroyers
Sound technician
Spaced (out)
Stage item
Teacart goodie
Telecommunications needs
They comprise a part
Top of the pops
Undeniable facts
Units of X-ray exposure
Unpopular singer?

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