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New York Times crossword of March 3rd, 1997 other clues
'Bald' baby bird
'College Bowl' host Robert
'Deutschland uber ___'
'You bet!'
'___ Maria'
1 and 66, e.g.: Abbr.
African antelopes
Be next to
Before the due date
Betelgeuse's constellation
Big toe woe
Boat propellers
Bug's antenna
Bunkhouse beds
Campbell's container
Catch sight of
Chartres chapeau
Chew (on)
Chicken ___ king
Cotillion V.I.P.
Dapper fellow
Director Brooks
Elliot of the Mamas and the Papas
Embroidered hole
Escalator alternative
Female sheep
Four-time Gold Glove winner Garvey
French Foreign ___
Funnyman Foxx
Garbage boat
Giver of compliments
Guy with an Irish Rose
High season, on the Riviera
Horned zoo beast
In the past
Inner: Prefix
It's used for a call in Madrid
Japanese dish
Jemima, e.g.
Latvia's capital
Lifeguard, sometimes
Looked lecherously
Martini garnish
Morley of '60 Minutes'
New York theater award
Patsy's pal on TV's 'Absolutely Fabulous'
Poet Sandburg
Rap or jam periods
Revolutionary patriot Allen
Sand bar
Sgt. Bilko
Son of Seth
Sound from an aviary
Stetson, e.g.
Street sign with an arrow
Tear-jerker in the kitchen
Thomas Edison's middle name
Thread's partner
Tied, as a score
What not to yell in a crowded theater
___ helmet (safari wear)
___ platter (Polynesian menu choice)

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