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New York Times crossword of May 21st, 2010 other clues
Product once advertised as having Solium
Publike eatery
Robert L. Fish Memorial Award and others
Roll call calls
Secrets are usually not revealed in this
Sedan chair accessories
Simple card game
So-called 'Land of the Gods'
Soap opera actress Braun
Some pipe fittings
Something to make up for
Speak on the record?
Sticks in a bowl?
Swinging place?
Tossing about
Training recommendation
Use as an ingredient
Victorian vehicle
What a building inspector inspects
What a cook makes when told to 'flop two'
___ unit (military squad with a jumpmaster)
'A very high price to pay for maturity,' per Tom Stoppard
Adult humans have 12 of these
Advice for clearing up confusion
Band name that has an umlaut over the 'n'
Animal on Mauritius's coat of arms
Bass part
Beach bag item
Before: Fr.
Belmont and Preakness, for two
Camp ___ ('Beetle Bailey' setting)
Chicago Outfit bigwig
Colorful ring
Cramped vehicle
Descendants of Japheth
Easy to catch, say
Garment with no waistline
George, so to speak
Give shelter, perhaps
Got award after award
Hair hider
Hit the hay hard, with 'out'
Hundred Acre Wood resident
Kingdom that once included Sicily and Sardinia
Las ___ (capital of Gran Canaria)
Magazine founded by abolitionists in 1865
Marshal Tito's first name
Mermaid's name in 'Splash'
Nice touch
Not going anywhere
Old English aristocrats
One who loses faith
Order indiscriminately
Playing pieces
Poet exiled by Augustus
Poked fun

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