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New York Times crossword of March 8th, 2008 other clues
'Born to Be Blue' singer
1977 Steely Dan title track
Abba's '___ the Music Speak'
Algorithm component
Aussie's place of higher learning
Bathtub rings, e.g.
Be in harmony
Big flap on the road?
Bizarrely hellish
Charles Darwin's ship H.M.S. ___
Cook, at times
Cornelius Vanderbilt and Jay Gould
Dangerous swimmer with an oarlike tail
Dedicatee of 'The Muppet Movie'
Defeater of Schmeling in 1933
Dish with coddled egg
Early-birds' opposites
Est., once
First Fiesta Bowl winner: Abbr.
Flow checker
Forgoes a cab, say
Home to some fighters
Host and winner of the 1966 World Cup: Abbr.
Identification aid in an obituary
Insurance fig.
It rises in the Cantabrian Mountains
Kitchen gripper
Language in which 'k' and 'v' are the words for 'to' and 'in'
Lead-in to a sheepish excuse
Mardi Gras, in the U.K.
Member of the 1960s Rams' Fearsome Foursome
Nickelodeon nut
Order of ants
People in a rush
Plaintiff's opposite: Abbr.
Poetry Out Loud contest org.
Prefix with culture
Prolific suspense novelist Woods
Ready to be driven
Ready to be driven
Ride roughshod over
Rijksmuseum subject
See 55-Across
She's entertaining
Slogan ending
Soft, thin silk cloth
Song sung by Mehitabel in Broadway's 'Shinbone Alley'
Sponsoring publication of TV's 'Project Runway'
Sports biggies
Steering committee's creation
Subj. of the 2006 film 'The Good Shepherd'
Tennis's Ivanovic
The Danube flows through it
They're often fried
Treaty of Rome org.
Vandals' target
With 59-Across, it lasted from about 3500 to 1000 B.C.
Yearbook div.
Yield some
___-Mère-Église (D-Day town)

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