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New York Times crossword of May 27th, 2016 other clues
'Bluebeard's Castle' composer
'Smart' guy
'Who the hell does he think he is?!'
Aids in raising arms?
Alternatives to 'Vettes
Animal shelters
Attraction temporarily shut down and partly moved to Siberia during W.W. II
Bucolic setting
Cameos, for example
Cap-___ (from head to toe)
Capital near Lake Titicaca
Chinese tea
Coin of Iran
Don ___, 1956 World Series M.V.P
Early hour
First novel of the Great Plains trilogy
Gambling mecca
Goals of some drives, for short
Half-cup measures
How beer at a cookout might be kept
Hybrid woman-bird monster
Image Awards grp
Italian for 'sleeves'
Kind of classic rock?
Kylo ___ of 'Star Wars'
Lead singer for the Cars
Letters in some church names
Like basil leaves
Like Bernie Sanders, before 2015: Abbr
Longtime 'All My Children' role
Magna Carta drafters
Mazar of 'Entourage'
Mighty Mighty Bosstones genre
Motor problems
Mountain bike features
Nine-time Hart Memorial Trophy winner
Not so hot
Not straight up
Old atlas inits
One unlikely to punk out
Onetime political leader with a museum in Grand Rapids, Mich
Personal ad designation
Phylum, order or genus
Protect from an overflow, in a way
Rule in a kids' outdoor game
Simon of Duran Duran
Single-named artist
Single-named musical artist
Spoke hesitantly
Starting now
That: Sp
The 'thee' in Shakespeare's line 'But I do love thee! and when I love thee not, / Chaos is come again'
They're marked with X's
Title trio in a 1986 comedy
Total wreck
Turned up
Uses flowery language
Wasn't overturned
When repeated, part of Van Morrison's 'Brown Eyed Girl'

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