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New York Times crossword of May 7th, 2016 other clues
'Neapolitan Novels' author Ferrante
'Poor little' one in Coleridge's 'To a Young Ass'
A good cure for it is sleep, per W. C. Fields
Apple variety
As a replacement
Automatic, for one
Belt line?
Bit of gang warfare
Captain of fiction
Certain sandal
Cheese choice
Color of McCartney's 'Sgt. Pepper' uniform
Cut out
Dip ___ in
Drilling sites
Entertains at bedtime
Experts in power: Abbr
Extremely fast?
First word of Frost's 'The Road Not Taken'
Fit for service
Frequent chant in 2008
Get the lead out?
Go for it, with 'in'
Grp. doing private shows?
Hall-of-Fame N.B.A. player known as 'The Worm'
Home of the soccer team that FIFA named the Club of the Century
Insistent retort
Like a boat's cockpit, usually
Like corduroy
Like Egypt
Like much of the Everglades
Like tea bags
Longtime nickname in comics
'I wish *I* had that'
Major protest
Many a Harpo Marx joke
Many vacationers bring them home
Mother-or-son Philippine president
Not learned
On point
One of the singing Braxton sisters
One-knee plea
Place to be avoided
Plays with emotions?
Pleasure principle
Primary loser to J.F.K. in 1960
Question before a personal update
Rocker with the 1976 album 'Live Bullet'
See 41-Across
Sharp's handful
Sharp's opposite
Show title shown on a license plate
Simplest sort of deal
Single from Springsteen's 'Born in the U.S.A.'
Small, slim daggers
Some wedding parties
Something depicted for goodness' sake?
Symbol of charge density
They're followed on message boards
Way up at a ski resort
Where Bambara is widely spoken
Where Fermi studied
With 48-Across, enters stealthily
Words that may elicit a worried gulp
Writer who gave his name to an annual award

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