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New York Times crossword of May 10th, 2020 other clues
"For more ___ ..."
Some unwanted mail
Terse bit of advice
Half of an ice cream brand with a fake Danish name
Work up a sweat
Like tap water in a restaurant
Iris part
Wing it [Africa]
Chew out
Après-ski drink
Complete rip-off [Asia]
Barrel-flavored, as wine
Washington, D.C., legalized it in 2014
Wealthy king of legend
Charge for admission
See 101-Down
Quaint contraction
Record company [Central America]
Two-time third-party presidential candidate
"The Walking Dead" channel
Beyond great
Baking measure
Take in
___ shoots (salad ingredient)
One of five for a dolphin
Supple leather
Proboscis, informally
What subjects and verbs must do [Europe]
Ancho pepper, before drying
Sort by urgency of need [Europe]
Where meditators look
___ candy
Planet where the cry "Shazbot!" is said to have originated
Food chain link
Treats prepared on an open fire
Part of O.E.D.: Abbr.
Organic fertilizer
Hold up
Male 91-Acrosses
T-shirt size [South America]
Not to mention
Forest ranger
Shapes made by thumbs and index fingers
Glossed over
Like some toy cars
Sportage maker
___ Cochran, Mississippi senator from 1978 to 2018
First month of the year without a U.S. federal holiday [Asia]
Dismissed out of hand
Want badly
Sit at a red light, say
Biblical outcast [South America]
Exclamation from a cheek pincher
Org. behind the New Horizons project
One whose job prospects go up in smoke?
Biggest U.S. union, familiarly
Set of two
City north of Des Moines
Resident of the Palazzo Ducale
Manhattan neighborhood west of the East Village
Cranky codger
"Reach for the sky!"
Sandwich often served with remoulade sauce
Killer of the Night King on "Game of Thrones"
"Throw ___ bone"
Key of Debussy's "Clair de Lune"
Black pie crust component
Lead-in to many a joke on "The Daily Show"
Senator who once served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review
Many Omanis
Group seen in gathering clouds?
Discovery that might cause a rush
Wellsian race of the future
Objects in one of Jesus' miracles
Singer Lisa
Top of the line
Fruit with an obovate shape
Media for scientists
Unit of brightness
Raw material for Cadbury
Popular Amazon Prime dramedy from Britain
Kind of column seen on the Jefferson Memorial
"Funny Girl" composer Jule
Vaper's device, informally
Nutritional snack from Clif
Trig, for calc, e.g.
Some wetlands
Snack with a recommended microwave time of just three seconds
Theater impresario Ziegfeld
Abbr. in a genealogical tree
___ Strait, separator of Australia and Papua New Guinea
What one is in Paris?
Kylo ___, "Star Wars" antagonist
Candy heart phrase
Raises one's paddle, say
Each verse of "Deck the Halls" has 32 of them
Host Tyler of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
Scottish tradition before battle
Deodorant brand
Sierra ___
"Whoops, sorry about that!"
Sensationalist newspaper
Openings under desks
Observance first celebrated in 1970
Big to-do
Like "Saturday Night Live"
Put up with
Pull back
Mother of 60-Down
Item in a toxic internet "challenge"
Region around the Beltway, informally
Just for laughs
Put on a show
Work with one's hands
Classic computer game set on an abandoned island
Michelle of "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon"
With 37-Across, Ingrid Bergman's role in "Casablanca"
Tricky pronoun to use
Wine opener?
'60s dance craze that evolved from the Chicken
Helper during taxing times?

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