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New York Times crossword of May 11th, 2018 other clues
Groundbreaking 1990s sitcom
To the point
One who might meet with a venture capitalist, for short
Much of a cattail
Tough love rarity
Hearts, e.g
Beget
Oxygen consumers
Bishop, for one
Horseshoe lookalikes
Try to catch someone, metaphorically
Peevishly ill-natured
Blow up
Vessel that rhymes with a nautical direction
Hunk of meat
Pop stars?
Blue in the face?
Initiates
What's far-sighted?
Proceeding as planned
It's found between the shoulders
Where Shaquille O'Neal played college ball
Breakfast brand
Product whose original slogan was 'It floats'
'How marvelous!'
Jolly 'Roger'?
Zippo output
Chewy, fruity candy
Quick turnaround?
Kid's IHOP order, perhaps
___ gris
Rideshare app datum
___ Khan, antagonist in 'The Jungle Book'
Left without leaving anything
Close
Right away
Got home safely, in a way
Compadre
Like roosters
Some are audiovisual
Currency unit equal to 100 53-Down
Like some fancy parties
Sound from a sock
'1' preceder: Abbr
Dashboard Confessional's genre
'You don't have to tell me that'
Look over again
Sparta's foe in '300'
'Oh, you got me!'
Digs in the snow
Subject of the 2003 memoir 'Jarhead'
Dog woe
Major
'This one or that one?'
Mariana Islands neighbor, for short
Move crabwise
They're usually held on school nights
1950s heavyweight Johansson
Microsoft Word creation, briefly
Elite
45-Across divisions
Midwest city that was home to the Wright brothers
Figure in a Nativity scene
Things that help you go off the beaten path?
Actress Thurman
Timely question?
Adds horsepower to

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