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New York Times crossword of May 16th, 1998 other clues
'A man cannot be too careful in the choice of his ___': Wilde
'Escape' co-star, 1940
'Nothing ___' (bargainer's demand)
'Song of the Golden Calf,' e.g.
'The Minstrel' poet
1975 hurricane
1984-88 skating gold medalist
Amphitheater spot
Architect Saarinen
Baked beans maker
Bear, e.g.: Abbr.
Blame receiver?
Board members: Abbr.
Cable choice
Cannonball maker, say
Car wash device
Clerical sorts
Clunky shoe
Columnist Rowan
Cut of beef
Detachable container
Divulge without thinking
Dollar, in slang
Elke and others
Family man?
France's ___ Ré
Gloating cry
Good source of exercise
Kennedy home, e.g.
Leaf parts
Like some apartments
Matter for Poirot
Meets head-on
More obstinate
Morse tap
N.F.L. linemen: Abbr.
Not forthright
Old-fashioned introduction
Part of a belt
Particular turn
Poetic preposition
Prince Valiant's wife
Property overseer
Quick addenda
R. J. Reynolds brand
Ready for
Scale notes
Shore dinner
Shot in the dark
Sinatra's '___ Fool to Want You'
Some public exhibits
Spelling and others
Three-sided sword
W.W. II ships: Abbr.
Way to go
Whodunit awards
Wings: Lat.
Year in Trajan's reign

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