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New York Times crossword of March 1st, 2012 other clues
'We've taken the city, but can we defend it?'?
Add-on to the start or end of a word stem (as in 17-, 25-, 35-, 49- and 57-Across)
Additions and deletions, say
Arafat successor
Belted, in the Bible
Brazilian greeting
Cheeseburger cheese
City named after the French for 'strait'
Classic Jaguar
Directional ending
Europe's Bay of ___
Festa de ___ João
Fish of the genus Moringua
Fly-catching birds
Former intelligence agcy
Further in
German interjections
Good place for a picnic?
Google results
Honor His Honor, say
Insurance giant on the N.Y.S.E
Israel's third-largest city
It's sold in tubs
Kansas mil. post built in 1853
L'Eiger, e.g
Least windy
Like a tenacious sibling?
Like an unlucky encierro participant
Like some glass or wood
Like some lips
More likely to make you sick, say
Nap finish?
Native parka wearer
Not Rubens's type
Not stay all the way up
Nutritional fig
Old Dodge
Peer of Ellington
Peter who directed 'The Dresser'
Pile of glacial debris
Players who spend most of their time on the bench, briefly
Princess Leia, e.g
Pushes for
Quiet, in a way
Rai ___ (Italian TV channel)
Salad bar tidbit
See 36-Down
Sharp-crested ridge
Sharp-edged tool
Spanish alternative?
Sportscaster Cross and others
Take home
That: Sp
They can be felt in a classroom
Threat in 'Armageddon'?
Three-term title for 22-Across: Abbr
Top of a bottom
Unnecessary words cluttering wise sayings?
Urban playground surface
When repeated, words before 'burning bright' to start a William Blake poem
___ Club, 1930s-'60s New York hot spot
___ Shuffle (boxing move)

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