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New York Times crossword of May 4th, 2006 other clues
N'awlins sandwiches
Natives encountered by explorer James Cook
Old Roman port
Old ___, Conn.
Once, once
Opposite of whole
Ottava ___ (poetry type)
Paris's ___ d'Orsay
Prepare to share, maybe, as a song
Some porcelain
Some setups
Suffix with ranch
Surfer wannabe
They sometimes slip
Tolkien monsters
Underwear letters
Water nymph of myth
Way up the mountain
Writer Zora ___ Hurston
Year's record
___ consequence
'Ain't' ain't part of it
'Bon ___'
'Essays Moral and Political' philosopher
'Take ___'
'Key' employee
'No problemo'
2000 Olympics greeting
Actress Cannon
African antelope
Airport monitor abbr.
Astringent, as wine
Author LeShan
Band with the 1979 hit 'Babe'
Bath sponge
Benihana founder Rocky ___
Bowl over
Box score no.
Brave deed of yore
British draft horse
End of a sporting match
Eye in the sky
Fair-hiring inits.
French sight-seer?
Game show host impersonated by Ferrell
God of wisdom
Heater stats
Hockey's Kravchuk and Korolev
Holy man
Home in on
Home turf for many commuters, with 'the'
Italian cheese
Lacking a key
Language in which 'Pakistan' means 'land of the pure'
Like mudpies and wax fruit
Literally, 'the gentle way'
Louvre, par exemple
Malodorous Malaysian fruit
Mediterranean resort island
Modern links, for short
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