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New York Times crossword of May 29th, 2011 other clues
'Can't argue there'
'Dies ___'
'Hells Bells' band
'Holy mackerel!'
'I'm outta here!'
'The original sneaker' sloganeer
'We've waited long enough!'
A, in Amiens
Actress Gardner
Actress Ward
All-weather resort amenity
Apathetic reactions
Argument ender
Author R. L. ___
Author Tan and others
Auto security feature
Back on the ranch?
Brie exterior
Burrowing arthropods
Bygone missile with a tribal name
Canal part
Capital of Zaire?
Carrier to Ben-Gurion
Chair toted on poles
Chrysler 300, e.g.
Classic Alfa Romeo roadsters
Colosseum entrance, e.g.
Conductor in a white turtleneck
Cop squad in 'Monk': Abbr.
Cornerstone abbr.
Country that disappeared in '91
Course after trig
Creator of Genesis
Daily talk show beginning in 2005
Dazed and confused
Demander of special treatment
Diamond stat
Do, by all accounts
Done for, finito, kaput
Drag wrap
Elands, to lions
Emilio of fashion
Execute perfectly
Fan setting
Fifth-century pope
Filtered stuff
Firmed up
Funny Caroline
Go after
Go canvassing, say
Gossipy Smith
Happen again
Harsh pronouncement from a judge
Herbert Hoover and Richard Nixon, e.g.
Hilton or Westin welcomer
Hit 2011 animated film
Hockey fake-outs
Hold 'em declaration
Home to the sport of hurling
How olives may be packed
How-to unit
Hush-hush powwow
Involuntary extension of troop tours
Is for you?
It may be touch-screen
It rarely has more than one part
It rolls on a Rolls
Italian appetizer, literally 'little toasts'
Its winner beats the loser with a stick
Keeping under glass, e.g.
Knock off
Less sophisticated
Lid problem
Light in a floodlight
Light reflector
Linear, for short
Literary duelist
Literary paradise
Macy's logo feature
Mashed, e.g.
Mine blower
Missouri River native
Muse for Whitman
Musician Brian
Muslim trek
Niño producer
Noel starter
Off the shore
One in a line at J.F.K. or La Guardia
One of TV's Clampetts
Opening letters
P.O. box, e.g.
Parade paths: Abbr.
Parks in a bus
Parting of the Pacific?
Partner of whistles
Petty manipulations
Photog's choice
Place to buy tkts.
Portable cutter
Practiced actively
Pre-C.I.A. grp.
Pre-sneeze sounds
Pub order
Pueblo vessel
Pull in
Pushed (aside)
Quite a tale
Repeating heart monitor sound
Rewrite history, in a way
Rice pad
Rules, quickly
Run, as an exhibit
Runs (around), informally
Santa ___
Secretary of state under Carter
Seinfeld vis-à-vis Kramer
Sen. McCain's alma mater
Show a bit of courtesy (for)
Shrub used in dyeing
Singer Redding
Some fun in the sun
Some Nissan cars
Some of them are turnoffs: Abbr.
Spring (from)
Sticks up
Suffix on fruit names
Suffix with exist
Suffix with senior
Superlative suffix
Teaser on party fliers
Tennis's Arthur
Treat in Torino
Turn away
Under debate
Univ., e.g.
UPS drop-off site, often
UV index monitor
W.W. II beach craft
What sgts. turn in at HQ's
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