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|New York Times crossword of May 9th, 2003 other clues|
|'You can take it from there'|
|1978 novelty hit based on a historical person|
|Alternative to bringing a suit|
|Canon camera model|
|Common Latin abbr.|
|Criticize, and then some|
|Drug source for ancient executions|
|Gave a buzz|
|Horn of Africa country|
|It may be hen-pecked|
|Letters of concern|
|Like an island|
|Like Romeo and Juliet in Act 2|
|Miss Daisy's driver in 'Driving Miss Daisy'|
|More than a tee-hee|
|Mrs. Peel of 'The Avengers'|
|Nail gun, e.g.|
|Not get uppity|
|Said with a sneer|
|Show people to seats, briefly|
|Sieves short of puréeing|
|Signature piece?: Abbr.|
|Suburb of Harrisburg, Pa.|
|Word in ads for toothpaste and detergent|
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