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New York Times crossword of May 9th, 2015 other clues
17-24, for Miss America
Asian au pair
Bit of product personalization
Blacks out
Champion of 11-Down
Chance of getting heads on two consecutive coin flips
Change of life
Common cry from a younger sibling
Dish providers
Diversionary tactics
Division of geology
Do halfheartedly
Effect of tightening an extra-tight belt, maybe
Even a single
FedEx unit: Abbr
Female fashion faux pas
First human character on 'Sesame Street'
First name among 1991 divorcées
Flavorer for an espresso shot
Flirted (with)
Griffin who's the only two-time Heisman winner
Grilled dish
Hamstrings or kneecaps
Home of California's National Steinbeck Center
Hula hoop, for one
Indication of a pleased palate
It burned and crashed in 1979
It was boosted by Titan
John's accompanier
Legal suffix
Like some castles and zoo exhibits
Long-running show about a Time Lord
Main antagonist in Disney's 'Hercules'
Marine mollusk named for its earlike tentacles
McCloud of 1970s TV's 'McCloud'
Monopoly property
Opposite of bore
Org. for Cardinals and Saints
Ottoman commander
Partnership indicator
Photoshop range
Port whose name means 'Christmas'
Put up with put-downs
Reagan nickname
Refused to yield, with 'down'
Rosenfeld who wrote the best seller 'Live Now, Age Later'
Royal who toured the U.S. in the late 1970s
Rulings from muftis
S-shaped line
San Rafael is its seat
Sets up, informally
Sharpen anew
Staples staple
Surgeon's closing line?
The U.S. Treasury is on its back
Tootled, in a way
Trial and error, e.g
Undergo change
Vacationing, say
Weapon for the Caped Crusader
You might live by one
___ turn (perfectly)

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