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New York Times crossword of May 14th, 2007 other clues
'Cut it out!'
'Dear' dispenser of advice
'___ luck!'
*Local place for making deposits or getting loans
*Mock rock band in a 1984 film
*Part of a Valentine's Day bouquet
*Revealer of vowels, on TV
*Seasoned seaman
1982 sci-fi film
Around, as a year
Ballpark fig.
Be logical ... or what the last words of the answers to the five starred clues can do?
Bogotá boys
Butterfinger or 3 Musketeers
Cheer for a matador
Citrus coolers
Clean the floor
Course before dessert
Crude shelter
Enclosure for grain or coal
End of an Aesop fable
Fall behind
Fastener that turns
From quite a distance
From the country
Gardner of 'The Night of the Iguana'
Hardly trim
Hawaiian veranda
Headwear on the slopes
Hides the gray
High-___ monitor
Impose, as a tax
Tie the knot
Tokyo 'ta-ta!'
Voting coalition
Was in debt
You can always count on this
___ empty stomach
___ Onassis, Jackie Kennedy's #2
Latin case
Long, long time
Milan's La ___
Military bigwigs
Not fer
Nothing's opposite
Ocean's edge
Old-fashioned 'Scram!'
Org. with a 24-second shot clock
Parts of eyes
Parts of lbs.
Place for a lawn mower
Pub projectiles
Quick online notes, for short
Rarin' to go
Road surface
Robitussin suppresses them
Rub out
Secret languages
Some Apple computers
Space between the teeth, e.g.
Stable diet?
Talk show host Gibbons
Tax ID
The mating game?

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