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New York Times crossword of April 23rd, 2011 other clues
'The Call of Cthulhu' writer
'Not down there!'
1950s sweater material
2011 title role for Chris Hemsworth
Abrupt ending
Afro-sporting character on 'The Simpsons'
Beehives, e.g.
Calls between friends
Comment to a procrastinator
Company lines?: Abbr.
Cubbie, e.g.
Cultural org. with its HQ in Beverly Hills
Detail provider
Difficulty increaser in diving
Dry cleaner
Expressionist James
Extra layer in winter?
First in a series of 26
In a shell, maybe
Inclined to strike out
Insect feeder
It's south of Sonoma
Little something in Santa's bag
Meddle, in a way: Var.
Modern music genre
Modern music genre
N.H.L. Senators, on scoreboards
Not satisfied
Olympic event since '88
Place to see 'Il Trovatore,' e.g.
President after Ten-Cent Jimmy
Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Joe
Record label for Booker T. & the MG's
Relating to the abdominal cavity
Relative of a cherry plum
Rural block
Says with a hand in the air, perhaps
Sch. that awarded the first civil engineering degree in the U.S.
Second-closest star to Earth
Sides of slips
Sign that might mean 'Good play!'
Small piece of luggage
Some shells and their contents
Song in 'Mamma Mia!'
Start of a children's rhyme
Sulker's expression
Team that has won the World Series three times while based in three different cities
Temporary storage for completed work
Terra ___ (pulverized gypsum)
Things with rings
Time immemorial
Turns brown, maybe
View espoused in Thomas Paine's 'The Age of Reason'
Way overcharges for
What '1' may mean, in México
What may come after an heir?
___ come
___ English
___ out a win

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