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New York Times crossword of May 15th, 2011 other clues
'A momentary madness,' per Horace
'Bedroom at ___' (classic painting)
'Laugh-In' airer
'The Fountainhead' author
Actor Keanu
Actress Anderson
Akin to milking a cow?
Alternatives to Dos Equis
Apt to fluctuate
Architectural pier
Asia's ___ Sea
Attire for an Indian bride
Automaker Chevrolet
Barney Gumble of 'The Simpsons,' e.g.
Baseball : Oriole :: football : ___
Big top, e.g.
Bless butter with a gesture?
Bullying words
Calf product
Car safety feature, for short
City on the Nile
Close by
Comparable to a March hare
Cousin of a gull
Damascene's homeland
Donkey's cry
Elvis ___ Presley
Equivalent of -trix
Feel one's ___ (be confident)
Film cousin whose accent this puzzle spoofs
First name alphabetically in 42-Down
First Nations group
Fleet Amtrak train
Flurry of activity
Former SoCal N.F.L. team
Frank writing in a diary
Frozen tater brand
G.M. debut of 1964
Gallic gal pal
Go bad
Gymnastics great Comaneci
Hazardous household gas
Hip to
Hit show with New Directions singers
Home of Punchbowl Crater
Image on the back of a $1 bill
In pain
Interjection of disinterest
It may be manicured
Jewish grandma
Jokes in a campy 1960s TV locale?
Justice Kagan
Kellogg's cereal
Kyrgyzstan range
Leak sound
Leave the outdoors
Like quilts
Like some baseball teams
Loudness unit
Many a Bush military adviser
Margin size, maybe
Marisa who played 75-Down's girlfriend
Mayberry boy
Minute bit
Most faithful
Musical endings
New Testament book
Non-choice for restaurant seating?
One of Chekhov's 'Three Sisters'
One of the Leeward Antilles
Org. in a big race of years past
Other: Sp.
Peter Fonda title role
Pipe holder
Place for Wii play, say
Politico Gingrich
Possible result of a costly Italian vacation?
Property recipient, in law
Quartermaster's group
Rain cats and dogs
Restaurant lures
Role of a boxer's physician?
Salt Lake City athlete's dear hawk mascot?
Saxophonist Getz
See 51-Down: Abbr.
Setting for 'The Office'
Shakespearean fairy king
Shetland, e.g.
Short cut
Sierra Nevada lake
Singer India.___
Slip up
Slowly, on scores
Small drum
Soil: Prefix
Some whiskeys
Soon, poetically
Stairway post
Suffix with buck
Surgical tube
Taking way too many meds
Tennis's Goolagong
That, in a bodega
They cut wood with the grain
Train part where sorting was once done
Tribal healer
UV blockage nos.
Vessel for just the two of us?
Video game pioneer
Villainous group in 'Get Smart'
War stat
Was supine
What Ernie may wish he had vis-à-vis his roommate?
What we may be?
Woody and Steve
Word after string or rubber
Yank or Ray

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