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New York Times crossword of May 30th, 2012 other clues
'Buck Rogers' and others
'Give it ___!'
'I'm ___ here!'
'Is that ___?'
'___ little sugar' (recipe directive)
63-Across, for one
A Barcelona museum is dedicated to his work
Actor McShane
African capital
Audibly stunned
Award for mystery writers
Bank printings: Abbr
Biblical land whose name means 'red' in Hebrew
Buffalo's Mets-affiliated team
C&W channel, once
Cake finisher
Catherine I of Russia, e.g
Cause to blush, maybe
Cologne compass point
Dada pioneer
Former Giants QB Phil
From what place
Funny one
Genesis figure
Giant who swung for the fences
Gold bar
Grp. on a raid
Heckle, in a way
Hollywood, with 'the'
In order
Juicy fruit
King or queen
King or queen
Las Vegas signs
Late beloved TV personality
Little squealer?
Many a beneficiary
Nanook's home
Nasdaq listings: Abbr
Nautical hazard
Org. in Robert Ludlum novels
Prefix with flop
Pretend to be
Right away
Saloon choices
Sea follower?
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
See 27-Down
See 40-Across
Standard batteries
Start of a children's rhyme
Subject of a hanging without a trial
Theater prize
Tokyo ties
Too weighty
TV sitcom boy who liked to fish
Vote of approval
With 14-Across, long-running TV show popularized by 63-Across
With 38- and 59-Across, typical opinion about a record on 40-/14-Across
With 51-Down, '14-Across Boogie,' on 40-/14-Across
World's Oldest ___ (nickname for 63-Across)
Zoning board issues
___ mail
___ many words
___ talks (annual idea conferences)

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