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New York Times crossword of May 11th, 2003 other clues
'And now ...' sayer
'Dance On Little Girl' singer
'Dumb' one and namesakes
'Mr. Apollinax' poet
'Settle down!'
'The Big Chill' director
'Whip It' band
'___ the morning'
1999 Ron Howard film
Adder relative
Ask for
Became fond of
Best Director of 1934, '36 and '38
Beverage company formerly known as Chero-Cola
Big name in pest control
Blacklisting org. of the 50's
Bon ___
Building material
Bygone greeting
Cab fixtures
Cheese steak topper
Colon substitute
Engine-cleaning brand
Expresses boredom with
Fantasy author McCaffrey
Film dog
Floor cleaner
Forge things
Ft. Myers-to-Daytona Beach dir.
Geological sample
George Gershwin's first hit song
Go southwest to go south, say
Gulf of ___, next to Hainan island
Hand waver?
Head, slangily
Holiday in which to say 'Chuc mung nam moi!'
How urgent tasks should be done
Impertinent ones
In the movies
It may come with charges
Its user can't change it
Kind of nut
Last letter in radio lingo
Late ___
Lic. issuer
Life sci.
Like Liz Taylor, many times
Like some hotels
Like some ulcers
Luminous sign
Mag magnate
Many an egotist
Med. school class
Milanese mister
Mushroom cap
Musician Brian
Mythical monster
Newbery-winning author Scott ___
Nonlearner, proverbially
Noted honey eater
Oklahoma county seat
One assigned to a bomb?
One in a line
Paddle, in a way
Peasants' wear
Pink-flowered tree
Pittsburgh's ___ Museum
Potato turnover
Presidential inits.
Presidential inits.
Proctor's call
Put in stitches
Ready to be played
Recognizes, briefly
Rest of the afternoon
Restroom label
Result of a big break?
Rosh ___
Round ends?
Round of four
School of thought
See 118-Across
Set pieces
Showroom display
Some reservations
Soprano Renata
Stable diet
Struck, old-style
Subject of Variety ballyhoo
Subject word
Sucking the life from
Suffix with bull or bear
Switch words
Talked a lot
Texas Ranger foe
The Police, e.g.
Trailing business?
Trip choice: Abbr.
Twice cuatro
Unfinished Anthony Burgess work about a punctual primate?
Unfinished Charles Darwin work about mints?
Unfinished Henry James work about Gainsborough's 'Blue Boy'?
Unfinished Ian Fleming work about James Bond's affection for his boss?
Unfinished James Grady work about time-sharing?
Unfinished Norman Mailer work about strip-searching narcotics smugglers?
Unfinished Rudyard Kipling work about a future son-in-law?
Unwarm welcome
Viacom-owned cable channel
Water nymph with a fatal kiss
Winter buildup, at times
With 4-Across, part of Silicon Valley
___ Jima

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