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'Would you like to see ___?' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 18th, 2008 other clues
'Alice in Wonderland' sister
'Back door's open!'
'Bambi' author
'Deadwood' figure
'Geronimo!,' e.g.
'Lawrence of Arabia' composer Maurice
'No problem!'
'Pearly Shells' singer
'Sixteen Tons' singer, 1955
'Survivor' setting, often
'Were that so!'
Actor James
Airport with a BART terminal
Aloe ___
Ancient pueblo dwellers
Awarding of huge settlements to plaintiffs, in modern lingo
Bent over
Bill formerly of the Rolling Stones
Blood-typing letters
Blue shade
Certain T-shirt design
Cheese ___
Cobbler's tool
Control: Abbr.
Daily grind
Dealer's handout
Defender company
Do better than
Early anti-Communist
Eds. read them
Edsel driver's gas choice
Einstein subject
Electrolysis particle
Excellent debt rating
Explorer of sorts
Faust, e.g.
Fight imaginary foes
Former L.A. Ram who holds the N.F.L. record for most receiving yards in a game (336)
Fourth-most populous state, just after N.Y.
French article
Galley marking
Game pieces
Good farming results
Good nickname for a cook?
House of Lancaster symbol
How headings are often typed
Immigrant's class: Abbr.
In order
In the capacity of
Indian tribe encountered by Lewis and Clark
It's a laugh
It's a trap
Italian restaurant chain
Jack of 'Eraserhead'
Kind of score
Klinger portrayer on 'M*A*S*H'
Loud laugh
Many a toothpaste
Marathoner Alberto
Match ___ (tie game, in France)
Meaningless amount
Mideast call to prayer
Missal location
Monastery figure
Month in which Moses is said to have been born and died
Muse with a wreath of myrtle and roses
Nation of ___
National Chili Mo.
Norm of 'This Old House'
Notch shape
Old film pooch
Old Treasury offering
Opening track of 'The Beatles' Second Album'
Oscar-winning Brody
Peripatetic sort
Place for a vine
Plain as day
Post with a column
Press (for)
Pressure, of a sort
Push for more business orders
Quick stumbles
Rappel down
Refrain syllables
Response to 'Any volunteers?'
Richard ___, 2002 Pulitzer winner for Fiction
Shade provider
Short-billed rail
Sign of the cross
Site of campus workstations
Sloping surfaces next to sinks
Some badge holders
Some greetings
Some M.I.T. grads: Abbr.
Sovereign's representative
Start of the names of some health care plans
Starts, as rehab
Suffix in some pasta names
Suffix with direct
Sure application spot
Surfing spot
Sylph in Pope's 'The Rape of the Lock'
Take to Vegas, maybe
Tell things?
Test extras
The Nutmeg State: Abbr.
To date
To the point
Turkish title
Upper ___
Valuable find
VII octupled
X-ray units
Zoologist Fossey
___ B'rith
___ Phillips, who played Livia in 'I, Claudius'
___ pro nobis

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