Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (May 12th 2001) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 72 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Calls one's own
Big automotive parts company
Compound in fireworks
Conscious now
Containing gold
Crack, so to speak
Doesn't use
Fellow, perhaps
'Melrose Place' actor
'Of course'
'Long Day's Journey Into Night' writer
1930's-40's villain
Anglo-___ War
Pioneer in Surrealism
Popular Sunday TV host
Prefix with logical
Repeatedly attack
Serving need
Some duplicates: Abbr.
Stays with a friend, say
Telephone line?
Thanks monetarily
They may be beaten
They're painted on some frat houses
Tough wood
U.S. research org.
W.W. II group
Washington and Madison, for two
You may draw on it
Florence is on it
Fox competitor
Happily accepting
Head of a pub?
Head-turning attire
High rollers?
I.R.S. employee: Abbr.
It has a blunt end
It may be beaten
It may help you see an error
Kind of artist
Kind of school
Lack of vitality
Latin series starter
Life-saving team
Like some stomachs
Lottery letters
Mark alternative
Mating ritual?
Mother of Apollo
N.C.A.A. tournament division
No place for a neatnik
Not orig.
Not-to-do list
Noted Reagan speechwriter
Olympic swimmer Thorpe
One whose success is well-earned?
One-time bridge
Part of 12-Down: Abbr.
Passed on by oral tradition
Peak in the mythical war of the Giants
Person kicking himself, maybe