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New York Times crossword of April 5th, 2009 other clues
'Anything ___?'
'Ars gratia ___'
'But love's a ___ without a cure': Dryden
'Deliver Us From ___' (2003 film)
'Good King Wenceslas,' e.g.
'Now I see!'
'Oh, joy!'
'___ a lift?'
'___ Day's a Holiday' (Mae West film)
A.C. measures
Abacus, e.g.
Activity of duvet makers?
Actress Skye
Ancient Italian
Art surrounder
Author of the Books of Chronicles, by tradition
Automotive inits.
Ball room?
Barbarian
Be short
Blueprints for a 50-mile grazing stretch?
Bonnie or Clyde
Booth or Drood
Butter holder
Buzz
Bye holder
Bye-bye birdie?
California community in sight of Mount Soledad
Capitol fig.
Card taker, for short
Certain fraternity activity
Chemical suffixes
City NNW of Robins Air Force Base
Comic Johnson
Corolla part
Correspondingly
County in New York, Ohio or Pennsylvania
Covers up mud, in a way
Cowardly
Crackbrained
Cree or Crow
Cruise brochures?
Dream, in Dijon
E-mailing option
End-of-sentence abbr.
Exchange for 007?
Eye site
Faster than larghetto
Fats Waller's '___ the Real Thing Comes Along'
Fed. construction overseer
Fifth, e.g.
Flag, horticulturally
Focus of some gazing
Founding of a hip replacement clinic?
Fraud
From scratch
Get on board
Give the slip
Goes wild
Golf's 'army' leader
Got by somehow
Gourmand's request
Green candidate for president, 1996
Green: Prefix
Grocery feature
Hair-razing experience?
Having a higher ceiling and more light
Hearty draft
High point: Abbr.
Hungarian patriot Imre ___
Ill-bred
Incite
Injuring
Inventor Howe
Irish girls
It's major for miners
Jacques who starred in 'Mon Oncle'
Jags
Jazz drummer Hakim and others
Jettison
John who was knighted
Journalist's query
Juice drinks
Kind of window
Kitchen adjunct
Lauder and namesakes
Like some wit
Like the 71-Downs
Like the presidencies of Taft and Hoover
Lurch
Mauna ___
Mayberry boy
Modern map subject
Monte Carlo mainstay
Moray, e.g.
Mortgage no one cares about?
Moved through mud
Mülheim an der ___, Germany
Naldi of the Ziegfeld Follies
Neighbor
New radials at 6 a.m.?
No longer excited
Noble Lombard family name
Olympic skating champ of 1928, 1932 and 1936
On the brink
Overacts
Overlook
Place for a ring
Place for trophies
Place of bliss
Post office item
Prefix with practice
Pressure situation for a pitcher
Priest of Shiloh
Prizefighter La Motta
Pro ___
Purchase of a vault?
Quartet member
Rangers of New York and Texas
Razz
Remove, as from a lapel
Retail giant
Round fig.
Russian river
Rust, for one
Samantha of 'The Collector,' 1965
Sao ___
Sawyer of ABC
Sister
Skater's feat
Sleeper's problem
Slipknot loops
Some holiday visitors
Sound on a roller coaster
Speak for the Congressional Record, say
Square in a public square, maybe
St. Basil's dome shape
Stick up
Stone heap
Store sign
Stories passed from generation to generation
Strong suit, slangily
Suffix with baron
Suffix with major
Surfers' reunion?
Surveyed surreptitiously
Tee off
That: Sp.
The Big Sioux River forms part of its border
Tickles
Timbuktu's home
Time-out
To sell organic or not?
Turned up
TV host Mandel
Warts and all
Was obsequious
Winglike
Word maven William
Word with human or Mother
Writer Horatio
Yacht in a time-share?
Zager & ___, 1960s pop duo
Zebra
Zigs and zags
Zip
___ Corrasable Bond (old typing paper)
___ once
___-European

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