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New York Times crossword of May 16th, 2004 other clues
Actress Zadora
1920’s-30’s Winter Olympics star
1988 comeback hit for the Beach Boys
1994 “S.N.L.”-based bomb starring Julia Sweeney
About six centuries hence
Actress Hatcher
Alter ___ (another exactly the same)
Archaeological find
As follows
Ball game
Bill Wyman, in the Rolling Stones
Bowed (to)
Brief romance
Brought forth
Campaigns in the Mideast
Caring grps.
Cast wearer’s problem
Work units: Abbr.
World bankers’ grp.
Zen achievement
___ du Diable
___ Maine
___ voce
“A good breakfast, but an ill supper”: Francis Bacon
“Body Heat” actor Richard
“Bottle-nosed” creature
“Get off the stage!”
“i” piece?
“Just the thing!”
“Let’s hear it”
“Look ___!”
“Some Words With a Mummy” writer
“___ Kapital”
Champagne classification
Colonnade tree
Dame ___ Everage
Delhi tongue
Delicate cut
Disapprove of
Drum that makes tiny bird sounds?
Elton John’s “___ Song”
Ending of a firm’s name
Enemy pilot in a dogfight
Euro pop?
Fictional sleuth Travis
Flirting with a patient, e.g.?
Food label no.
Formula ___
Geom. point
Gershwin title character
Give either a wholly good or bad review?
Give out
Greek sea god
Have a “Star Wars” character preserved?
Heart, e.g.
Hidden drawback
Holiday spots
Hosp. workers
In the lead
In the past
Is a rat
Is amused by
Pillow filler
Plant production
Playboy’s wear
Poet portrayed in “Il Postino”
Priests, e.g.
Purchase from the frozen foods section
Razor maker
Rendered immobile
Royal rebuke?
Sewing shop purchase
Slop trough site
Softies show it
Spy in Canaan
Straighten out
Stretches (out)
Strongly recommended
Suitable for rainy days
Supermodel Campbell
Sweater style
Symbol of pride
They may be bitter
TV role for 67-Across
Uses a harrow
V.I.P. on Al Jazeera
Venez. neighbor
What the impatient reader of English essays requested?
What the mother of a dozen kids says just before turning out the light?
Island purchase?
Jewel case inserts
Kellogg Company brand
Kind of charge
Kind of flour
Lap dog
Largish deer
Legendary Giant
Light show
Like corsets
Literary biographer Lord David ___
Lively fish dance?
Long time
Make big, as hair
Making a big hit
Marsh marigold
Music compilation seller
Musical premiere of 1805
Next in line
Nonlethal firearm
Not explicit
Object of the 1981 hit “Woman”
Oilman Leon who owned the New York Jets
On the warpath
Open house org.
Opposite of hinder
Out fishing, possibly
Paint remover
Patches up
Phrase describing an offerer of sympathy?
Pick up the tab

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