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Singer of the 1958 #1 hit 'It's Only Make Believe' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 20th, 2012 other clues
'A diamond is forever,' e.g
'Are you kidding me?'
'Don't let that youngster get off without paying!'?
'I did it!'
'That makes sense'
Access requirement, maybe
Actor Alain
Actor Alastair
Aesop, notably
Allan-___ (figure in the Robin Hood legend)
Announcement made by a transplant surgeon, perhaps?
Apt name for a 1-Across?
Astronomical distance: Abbr
Back-to-sch. time
Bar mixer
Baseball's strikeout king
Big collection agcy
Bobby who sang 'Take Good Care of My Baby'
British isle
Call to the bar?
Cambodia's Lon ___
Chemical endings
Chihuahua drink
Chocolat, say?
Close shave
Conclusive trial
Course preparer
Cousin of an ostrich
Debate ender
Deck (out)
Discreet signal
Do more than threaten, say
Dockworkers' org
Earth goddess
Easter activity
Elaine of 'Seinfeld'
Emphatic denial
Former co-host of 'The View'
Former TV judge
Game ender, at times
Given a number, maybe
Given prominence
Go (for)
God with a shield
Had way too much of
Hall-of-Fame pitcher Joss
HBO competitor
Head line?
Hit the runway
Holiday quaff
Home to the Minutemen, informally
In the limelight
It's grounded every Saturday
It's solid yellow
John Lennon song that ends 'I love you, yeah, yeah, now and forever'
Lanchester on the screen
Launch party?
Lead-in to meter
Like a centaur?
Like literary classics?
Like some church matters
Like some dorms
Little genius
Lose it
Lose it
Macho drag queen?
Make, as a copy of a CD
Many a Little League coach
Mid 16th-century year
Middling grades
Mmes., over the border
Monster slain by Hercules
Native of 30-Down
Not worth ___
Ocho minus cinco
Of no interest
Ohio or Colorado: Abbr
Old-fashioned ingredient
Olive ___
Omelette ingredient
Outlaw Belle who is said to have harbored Jesse James
Part of the inn crowd?
Places for gates
Polyester fabric
Prepare, as some Mexican-style beans
Refrain syllables
River to the Rhône
Roman censor
Rural setting
Rx amt
Saint-Germain-des-Prés sights
Salon selection
Saturn S.U.V
See 32-Down: Abbr
Shield border
Shorten, with 'off'
Simba's mate
Sitting on one's hands
Some tennis winners
Stigmatize a 'great' king?
Stop on a line
Suffix with cigar
Take a peke?
Tandoor-baked bread
The first 'H' in Hanukkah
They get bigger when you smile
Title town of a Longfellow poem
Twin killings, on a diamond: Abbr
Two reasons to avoid a dog kennel?
Unbiased account?
Was duplicitous
Went off course
When many German steins are lifted
When repeated, an old New Orleans tune
Where heroes are made
Wonderland message
Word repeated four times in the last line of Shakespeare's 'All the world's a stage' speech
Words from a con man
___ effort

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