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New York Times crossword of May 21st, 2006 other clues
Bombay-born dancer Juliet
Architect William Van ___
Bright circle?
Burn cause
Bushes rarely seen nowadays
Cache contents
Calcutta native
Capital of Meurthe-et-Moselle, France
Checks out
Chiang ___-shek
Cig. purchases
Closet contents of a 21-Across
Colorful wrap
Column of boxes on a questionnaire
Column of boxes on a questionnaire
Command to a dog
Composer Mahler
Computer protection
Crew alternative
Cup holder
Diamond stat.
Dock site
Drug drop, maybe
End of quote
Eur. land
Exclamation at the end of a trip
Failing grades
Fall off
Fictional donkey
Fifth-century year
Opposite of hog
Option for heads
Pad user
Part 2 of quote
Part 3 of quote
Part 4 of quote
Part of the Dept. of Labor
People: Prefix
Physicist with an element named after him
Police dept. employee
Pop-ups, e.g.
Postpaid encl.
Purple shade
Ray, Klee and Millais
Related maternally
Résumé parts
Robert, for one
Rodney Dangerfield's 'I don't get no respect,' e.g.
Seasonal salutation
Shark, e.g.
Shipboard cries
Shipping option, for short
Sight for sore eyes?
Something to pop
Start of quote
Stationery brand
Suffix with lact-
Thai money
The Supreme Court, e.g.
Time to grow rice
Film character who says 'Do, or do not. There is no 'try''
Geometry figure?
Goes a mile a minute
Goolagong of tennis
Grabber's cry
Guru habitat
Indian queen
It begins 'Sing, goddess, the wrath of Peleus' son …'
Jai ___
Kind of acid
Langston Hughes poem
Lao-tzu follower
Latin 101 verb
Leg part
Like some acoustic music
Like some cats
Like the arrangement of gems in some bracelets
Literary inits.
Madonna's 'La ___ Bonita'
Medical suffix
Miles away
Mischief maker of myth
Montgomery of jazz
MSN competitor
New at the beach, maybe
Nine inches
No bystander
Nobel-winning economist Lawrence
Nursery cry
Of a certain hydrocarbon group
Of a heart chamber
Oliver's love in 'As You Like It'
One of the Gandhis
'The Return of the Jedi' girl
'Amerika' author
'Come ___!'
'Holy cow!'
'Jeopardy!' phrase
'That's ___ haven't heard!'
'The Shelters of Stone' heroine
'___ the Needle' (1981 movie)
1945 news, in headlines
1977 double-platinum Steely Dan album
1999 Ron Howard comedy
2003 A.L. M.V.P., to fans
A Ryder
Actress Graff
Actress Zellweger
Admits, with 'up'
Alternative to gov or edu
Utah's ___ Canyon
Very impressed
Very wide spec.
View for Shakespeare?
Wellington natives
Willfully tightening the screws, say
Words on a medicine bottle
___ minimum
___ Mix
___ Penh
___ the finish

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