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Luxury hotel along Manhattan's Central Park, with 'the' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 1st, 2011 other clues
#2 or #3, say
'2001: A Space Odyssey' studio
'Casablanca' role
'Does not compute'
'Goodness gracious!'
'It's about time!'
'Legs' band, 1984
'The Family Circus' cartoonist Keane
'The Old Wives' Tale' playwright George
'___ Mine' (George Harrison book)
*Coldest point
*Destination of 1911
*Dunce's place
*First rung on a ladder
*Most awful thing you could imagine
1970s rock genre
20-ounce Starbucks order
2012 Olympics site
21, at a casino, say
52 semanas
A laser might read it
Above all others
Actress Farrah
Almost every puppy has one
Baroque painter Hals
Big Apple media inits.
Big boats
Bob, e.g.
Bobby on the ice
Brain-racked state
Buddhist temple
Burger King vis-à-vis McDonald's, fittingly
Cable inits.
Charlemagne's realm: Abbr.
Close to one's heart
Coal, e.g.
Color again, as hair
Come into
Creator of Aslan and the White Witch
Dates determined by the lunisolar calendar
Davy Jones's locker
Declaration upon checking oneself into rehab
Director's cry
Do followers
Doctor whose patients never pay the bills
Dogie, e.g.
Dost possess
Fifth-century invader
Foie ___
Founder of an eponymous berry farm
From ___ Z
Gardener, at times
Go-between: Abbr.
Hinny's mother
Hits and runs?
Hits or runs
Home for clover lovers
Introductory drawing class
It may have a cross to bear
Kiss, in 34-Down
Kwik-E-Mart operator
Late-week cry
Leonidas' kingdom
Like stars on a clear night
Little, in Lyon
Many a flower girl
Mendes of 'Hitch'
Messing of 'Will & Grace'
Minute, informally
Mohawked muscleman
Monopoly util.
Most sacred building in Islam
Naan cooker
Nickelodeon dog
Noted weakness?
One keeping a watch on someone?
One of three for H20
One who may be removed
One with a deadly tongue
Ones running shoulder to shoulder?
Optimist's phrase under adverse circumstances ... or a hint to completing the answers to the six starred clues
Ottoman bigwig
Over three-quarters of bunsenite
Pay ending
Pennsylvanie, e.g.
Place to get a yo-yo or choo-choo
Plat du ___
Pluto, to Saturn
Poet's 'before'
Prefix with information
Principal's charge: Abbr.
Pub order
Quarters that haven't been picked up?
Real softball
Rich cake
Russian legislature
Scuba mouthpiece attachment
Settle a score
Shakespearean prince
She, in Rome
Sheer, informally
Slippery ___
Some miniatures
Some pipe joints
Something with one or more sides
Specks of dust
Start to fix?
Stub ___
Surprise birthday parties often involve them
Swine swill
Tacitly agree with
Tamed tigers, say
Teatime biscuit
They're hypothetical
Things in locks
Times in classifieds
Town House alternative
Unwelcome guest
Verne captain
Where lavalava skirts are worn
Wirehair of the silver screen
Wood shaper
Years on end
___ Lingus
___ Mahal
___ Stix (powdered candy brand)

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