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New York Times crossword of March 23rd, 2014 other clues
'My word!'
'Death Magnetic' band
'For sure'
'How silly of me!'
'It's f-f-freezing!'
'My Name Is ___,' gold album of 1965
'Not ___ shabby!'
'Power' suffix
'Tell me about it!'
'The fish that got away' and others
'___ = Politics' (TV slogan)
Accessory for the 91-Across
Actor Christian
Appropriate flowers for Mother's Day?
Ball player?
Barak's successor
Barrel of fun?
Birthplace of Buddha, now
Bit of a code
Blues Brothers wear
Bootleggers' banes
Bring into court
Brow line?
Certain Bach composition
Cesare Angelotti in 'Tosca,' e.g
Christmas cookie ingredient
Coin collector
College major, briefly
Combined with
Comic Wanda
Commercial lead-in to Pen
Couple at the altar?
Cousin of 'Ugh!'
Crunches crunch them
D.C. mover
D.C. mover and shaker: Abbr
Deli stock with seeds
Development of 86-Across ... as depicted in the middle of this grid
Difficult weight
Director Nicolas
Dolph of 'Rocky IV'
Dr. Seuss animal
Drinking binge
Elite unit
End of the comment
Eponymous German physicist
Ex-Fed head Bernanke
Exams offered four times a yr
Expands, in a way
Facial moisturizing brand
Farm mother
Fired on
Five-time Super Bowl champions, informally
Food Network host Sandra
French kiss recipient, maybe
Gambling mecca
Garden State casino, informally, with 'the'
Geometry fig
German article
Gooey campfire treat
Had something
Hardly enough
It gets you off schedule
It has paper denominations from 5 to 500
It may be delayed by a storm: Abbr
Justin Timberlake's 'Cry ___ River'
Law firm department
Many an Al Jazeera viewer
Middle of the comment
More chilling
Near future
Nickname for 86-Across
Nondairy item in the dairy aisle
One of two parts of a British puzzle?
One with bills piling up?
Ones without a leg to stand on?
Osaka-to-Sapporo dir
Outback native
Part of a moving line
Pelican's home, for short
Pi ___, 'Life of Pi' protagonist
Pioneer org
Pitcher Mike with 270 wins
Place to store hay
Prominent feature of an Obama caricature
Ray Charles hosted it in 1977: Abbr
Relaxed, say
Resort city in 1945 news
Restricted part of an urban area
Saffron-flavored dish
Saint's home, for short
Scandinavian coin
Security Council veto
See 23-Across
Sharp pains
Sister of Helios
Small scene
Some body work, in slang
Stag, maybe
Start of a motivational comment attributed to 86-Across
Start to show one's real potential
Starts of news articles
Sticks in the closet?
Sunbathing evidence
The Durbeyfield girl, in literature
The French way?
Third line on many a ballot: Abbr
Throw around
Toolbar feature
Travel agency listings
United Center team
Update, say
Utmost: Abbr
Venomous African tree-dweller
View that may cost you extra
Watering hole for Homer and Barney
What an electric current does not flow through
World capital on the slope of an active volcano
Yoga base
Zippo alternatives
[That makes me so uncomfortable]
___ of relief
___ page
___ room

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