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New York Times crossword of April 29th, 2012 other clues
Jobs for dentists
Keen observer
Korean money
Like a nasal membrane
Like some interpretations
Military depots
Musical with the song 'Easy to Be Hard'
Nature's pillow?
Neighbor of Bulg
Neighbors of C notes
New faces on bases
Old Italian magistrate
One from Germany
Operating without ___
Order in the court
Others, in Oaxaca
Outside: Prefix
Pacific strings
Part of A.B.S.: Abbr
Part of AARP: Abbr
Person doing a practice run
Peter, e.g
Philippine money
Phnom ___
Poet who wrote 'In the room the women come and go / Talking of Michelangelo'
Poetic 'always'
Political party that won 39 electoral votes in 1948
Pond fish
Possible candidate for rehab
Prefix with cycle
Prefix with resort
With 50-Across, euphoric
With 77-Across, high-end retail chain
Word with top or pop
World capital once occupied by France
___ Lowry, children's writer
___ mission
___ Records (old music label)
___ same mind
___-d'Or, Québec
Product with the old ad catchphrase 'Mother, please, I'd rather do it myself!'
Put back
Quickly accelerate
R&B singer Hayes
See 105-Across
Rescued damsel's cry
See 122-Across
Sacred music composer ___ Pärt
See 23-Across
Scaredy-cat, maybe
See 33-Across
See 45-Across
See 71-Across
See 94-Across
Silhouette on many a yellow sign
'1984' superpower
Sleep stages
'Henry & June' role
'For shame!'
Student of morality
'Freedom ___ free'
Superlatively strong
'Star Trek: T.N.G.' role
The Piazzale Michelangelo affords a view of it
'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' Emmy winner
The Rams of the N.C.A.A
'___ Beso'
The West was part of it
2009 Hilary Swank biopic
They have scales
They're fit for kings and queens
Agitated, after 'in'
Trig inverse
Ancient Balkan region
Trouser parts
Ancient parting place
And everything else, for short
Ankle bone
Venae ___
Bad record part, for short
What letting off steam might result in
Be fooled
What's left
Beach bottles
What's left behind
Become fixed
With 103-Across, 1999 Shyamalan thriller
Beijing-to-Shanghai dir
With 112-Across, compromise
Biblical suffix
With 127-Across, classical work that's the source of the European Union's anthem
With 26-Across, like grandchildren
With 44-Across, execute, in a way
Botanical beards
Brewer's vessel
Cat scanner?
Child-care author LeShan
City in Sicily
Colonial service
Colored parts
County subdivision: Abbr
Cousin of rust
Dancer Duncan
Death personified, in ancient Greece
Deck out
Dr. ___
Et ___ (and others)
Faith that celebrates both Jesus and Muhammad
Fine word for libraries?
Fine, in old slang
Fisher with a grig
Flavor akin to fennel
Fly off the handle
Gave, as a hot potato
Gender offender
George Bush's chief of staff John
Gherman ___, cosmonaut who was the second human to orbit the earth
Glacial formation
It has eyes that can't see

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