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New York Times crossword of May 27th, 2004 other clues
Payment penalty
Reds Hall-of-Famer Tony
Restaurateur Toots
Result of some bathing
See 23-Across
Service group
Street wear?
Third qtr. starter
Title girl in a 1976 Kiss hit
Unifying theme
Unilever brand
Wardrobe malfunction at a restaurant?
Wardrobe malfunction on a promenade?
Wardrobe malfunction on the job?
Wash against, as the shore
Which train to take, in song
Wink, nudge, etc.
With 48-Across, wardrobe malfunction at an auto repair shop?
With dents and all
Woods varmints
Work detail
Writer Ephron
Actress Vardalos
'The sign of extra service' sloganeer
'___ My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen' (1942 hit)
15-Across is on one
1967 hotspot, with 'the'
2004 film '___ Enchanted'
Amts. of meds
Andean ancient
Atty.'s title
Bacon or Lamb product
Barbarians at the Battle of Chalons
Batiking need
Popular tabloid subj.
Comparable to a pig
Dench/Winslet title role of 2001
Depreciation consideration
Duvet filling
Fan sound
Figure seen at an intersection
Fraternal twins come from two different ones
French or Italian bread
Get into a stew?
Great Brit., once
His poem 'Fleas' reads, in its entirety, 'Adam / Had 'em'
Historic mission
Involuntarily out of a job
It features creatures
It holds a yard
It may be perfect
It may hold a spray
Kennel enclosures
Kid's plea
Kind of pet
Like some playgrounds
Lock problem?
Neighbor of an Estonian
Northern capital
One who might say 'T.G.I.F.'?
Org. with far-out goals?
Overlook point
Put a coat on
Quaint cry

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