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Gilbert and Sullivan's follow-up to 'The Mikado' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 25th, 2011 other clues
'An Unquiet Mind' subject
'So it is'
A Monopoly token
Adoptable doll of the '80s
Adriatic seaport
Ancient capital of Syria
Andy's TV son
Annual Kodak Theatre events, with 'the'
Appear that way
Biopic about Ritchie Valens
Boolean ___
Bread from a tandoor
Canal of song
Car tower, maybe
Certain navel
Company with a spokesduck
Cookout pest
Corsage part
Dracula's time
Drug taken in 'Rent'
Duck Hunt gaming console, briefly
Ex-lib, perhaps
Friday night ritual, in Judaism
General on Chinese menus
Giving for free
Gold measure
Got promoted
Gridder's on-air greeting, maybe
Holy Trinity part
How it's done
Like Carnaby Street fashions
Metro area
Narrow inlet
Out to lunch
Part of N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr.
Pickler's need
Predator of seals
Prefight psych job
Prepare for a bodybuilding competition
Publican's stock
Reaches the big time
Removes (oneself)
Rest atop
Scott in 1857 news
Searched (around)
See 2-Down
Shylock's offering
Sics on
Some Court of Appeals work
Source of bubbly
Spring/summer/fall/winter and others
Start of a number of Keats titles
Stayed put
Stew morsel
Support beam
Taking after
Tango team
Three-quarters of M
Top 10, e.g.
Tot's plea
Trot or canter
TV monologist
When repeated, Mork's sign-off
Whole lot
Willie Mays's last team
With 49-Down, its form follows the pattern of the circled letters
Yellowfin tuna
___ generis

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