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New York Times crossword of May 20th, 2006 other clues
Dahomey, since 1975
Dr.'s order?
Drives off
Emperor beginning in 1989
Fall off
Folk music scholar who helped popularize Woody Guthrie and Muddy Waters
Fossil remains of homo erectus discovered in 1891
Go out
Grassland dotted with trees
Hindu deities
In one's spare time
Intimate chats
It might turn up a lot
Johnson who managed the 1986 championship Mets
Leaves the country
Lukewarm reviews
Major hurdle, metaphorically
Mexican rattlers
Palace card
Peridot, e.g.
Piano key, essentially
Port alternatives
'The Most Happy Fella' composer
'A Study in Scarlet' inspector
'Hubba hubba!'
'Jive at Five' composer/performer
'Popeye' cartoonist
'Take your pick'
0-198-61186-2, e.g.
100 Bulgarian stotinki
1988 Meg Ryan thriller
American Airlines Ctr. team
City at the mouth of the Loire
Classic song that's the official anthem of the European Union
Co-founder of the avant-garde Blue Four
Coasted at the Olympics?
Complex unit
Corn grower
Critical analysis
Quark-antiquark combo
Quiet types
Schooner's cargo
Series finale
Serious accident
Shade of black
Shoot, slangily
Southwestern salamander
Thick quaff
Took a course
Top-flight story
Treasured blankets
Very much for
Where Zelda Fitzgerald and Nat King Cole were born
Widely seen
Words sung after 'Hallelujah'

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