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New York Times crossword of May 18th, 1997 other clues
50's-70's Dodgers manager Walt
60's series set in post-Civil War
Abel, for one
Actor Alain
Alternative to Corinthian
Appropriate
Ballet ___
Barbecue offering
Beersheba's locale
Bernadette, e.g.: Abbr.
Born May 18, 1897, he directed all the films named in this puzzle
British royal, informally
Caller on Miss Mullens, in Longfellow
Certain letter
Character actor J. ___ Naish
Chin
City on the North Platte
Contradicts
Contribute during preparation
Cremona name
Daiquiri flavor
Dominions
Don Juan's mother
Early weather satellite
Emancipation
Emergency supply
Except
Faineance
Famous party giver
Father
Fiasco
Former Eur. airline
Four-time Japanese P.M.
Fugard's 'A Lesson From ___'
P.C. Wren's Beau
Pakistan's chief river
Part of a tennis court
Physics topic
Pianist-actor Wilson
Plow part
Plymouth Colony leader
Posthumous Plath book
Prayer word
Printemps month
Private eye
Puccini's 'Vissi d'___'
Put an edge on
Rank below abbess
Rap duo ___ Kross
Rascal
Reconsidered
Ref's decision
Respected one
Sack
Salad start
Served the purpose
Shopping street in London's West End
Shows surprise
Six-foot runner?
Slip
Snub, in a way
Some poker payments
Sounds from the lea
Spite
Spread out
St. Agnes's ___ (January 20)
St. ___, first American links locale
Started eating
Fumble
Game of chance
George's brother
Get better, so to speak
Grant Wood, notably
Griffith TV role
Guy in the street
Hall-of-___
Halloween get-up
Hero of 1898
Home for Heidi
Inexperienced
Inveigh (against)
Island next to Leyte
It means 'Out of my way!'
Kind of space
Like a 103-Down, maybe
Like Asia's reaches
Like some appliances
Like some votes
Louise de la Ramee's pen name
Make a killing
Make heroic
Marine ___
Moderate
Moreover
Nail polish
Name in Keats's 'On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer'
Nevada county seat
Nursery rhyme character who 'fell fast asleep'
Odalisques serve them
Of the upper hipbone
One of a Latin trio
One of Princess Yasmin's names
Oregonian
Steinbeck family
Sticky stuff
Tennis doubles player
The Water Rat's friend
Their work goes down the tubes
Title for Kiri Te Kanawa
TV actress Meyers
Typewriter sound
Ursula Andress's birthplace
Usher's offering
Utters
W.W. II transports: Abbr.
Waiting area for the Robert E. Lee
Western backdrops
Wheedle
Wheezy chest sounds
Where Maracana Stadium is
Woman's wide lace collar
Wrong
You can stand this!
Young hog
___ clock (self-winding timepiece)
'Wheels'
'It Happened One Night' star
'La Navarraise' heroine
'Meet John Doe' star
'Over There' composer
'You Can't Take It With You' star
1936 film
1944 film
1946 film
1951 film
1958 Pulitzer author
3-2, e.g.

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