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New York Times crossword of May 17th, 2019 other clues
Goddess played by Rene Russo in "Thor"
Single-minded pursuits
Swimmer off the coast of Greenland
Bringing up the rear
Having hooves
E-4 or E-6, in the Army: Abbr.
Stayed close to
Kool Moe ___ (first rapper to perform at the Grammys)
Brother of the Wild West
Laugh hysterically
One of the Brady kids
Summer broadcast for ESPN
What many doctors and lawyers work in
It's sanctioned by a "G"
Skipper's opposite
Things felt at a casino?
Nascent stage
Riled (up)
On edge
Daughter (and granddaughter) of Jocasta
Good as new
Brief affair
Mr. Microphone manufacturer
Cool digs?
Indian state on the Arabian Sea
The Theatre Cat in Broadway's "Cats"
Bad way to be left
Slowly moves (along)
Shooting location
Bubble and squeak ingredient, slangily
Communication that's seen but not heard, for short
1991 Kenneth Branagh film about reincarnation
Computer mode
Pull off a spool
Didn't pull over
Jimmy Dorsey standard with the line "You're like the fragrance of blossoms fair"
Common diagnostic for epileptics
Caribbean land named by Columbus
Rattle off
Efficiency stat
Word whose first letter is dropped in contractions
Country superfans
Therapists' org.
Three CDs?
Wide shoe spec
Having it out
Bygone saxophone great, familiarly
Collide with in an intersection, perhaps
John who wrote "Appointment in Samarra"
Money at una casa de cambio
Tie up
#1, e.g.
Photographer Goldin
And all that: Abbr.

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