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|New York Times crossword of May 24th, 2003 other clues|
|'The Shelters of Stone' author|
|'We have different styles'|
|1887 La Scala premiere|
|Alkene series hydrocarbon|
|Bureaucracy of a sort|
|Comment of enlightenment|
|Contents of a political tract, maybe|
|Disdained, with 'at'|
|Even if, briefly|
|Flint is a form of it|
|Four-time Indy 500 winner|
|France, for one|
|French noun suffix|
|Half a 1980's sitcom duo|
|Having just sold the last one|
|Health, in Le Havre|
|It's a living|
|It's useless without its mate|
|Language from which 'amok' is derived|
|Old kitchen supplies|
|Place for an autograph|
|Prefix with style or spore|
|Roman emblem signifying power|
|Some 'S.N.L.' sketches|
|Title of respect|
|Two-time U.S. Open winner|
|___ Island National Wildlife Refuge, in Florida|
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