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New York Times crossword of April 4th, 2019 other clues
So-called universal donor type, for short
Just for ___
Saying suggesting that worldly possessions should be enjoyed
___ Day (supplement)
Beloved, in Bologna
One way to get out of jail
The way
Division of a hacienda
Actress Scala
Like Bill Clinton's presidency
Iconic introduction in cinema
Adjusts, as laces
Batman co-creator Bob
Longtime Mississippi politico Trent
Like an overcast night sky
Father of the American Cartoon
Number of sides on a triangolo
What one gets after many years of work
___ Express (Delhi-to-Agra train)
2008 political catchphrase
Ring finish, briefly
Instructor's remark after making a mistake
"Where's ___?"
Like a sleeper cell?
Common artwork in New York City subways
Power ___
Fashion editor Wintour
Head: Ger.
First name in dance
Actress Blanchett
The dark side
"A forest bird never wants a ___": Ibsen
Insistent refusal
One of a 1970s TV family
Agreed to, in a way
Court V.I.P.: Abbr.
Part of some Hebrew men's names
Sleeper that never dreams
Preceder of Edison
Quack remedy
What goes above and beyond?
Literary character who says "I will wear my heart upon my sleeve"
Where you go for a fresh start ... or a hint for four answers in this puzzle
French politico Marine Le ___
It's a two-hour drive north of Pittsburgh
Gnarly, as a tree trunk
Mark ___, 1998 P.G.A. Player of the Year
What a doodle might be in
European capital
Subs (for)
Tony and Emmy winner Tyne
Man's nickname that sounds like a pest
Trying tasks
Invitation stipulation
Give an appointment to
Nautical propeller
Feature of Cajun Country
Cognac age indicator
Goblinlike creature
Cool shade
Showy accessories
Goddess in a chariot pulled by peacocks
Rain forest menace
What makes a tumbler spin
House rules may not apply here
Place where beads are made
Bucolic call
Doctors Without Borders or Oxfam, in brief
"Let's ___!"

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