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|New York Times crossword of March 8th, 2003 other clues|
|California's ___ National Park|
|Come back with|
|Drum played without sticks|
|Failed utopian community of 1840's Illinois|
|Famous Chicago critic|
|Four in every dozen|
|Having hands, as a clock|
|In 'Hamlet,' it's 'in russet mantle clad'|
|It can take the edge off|
|It means 'resplendent land' in Sinhalese|
|Italian painter Severini|
|Lake ___, source of the Mississippi|
|Lead to mislead, in bridge|
|Like discarded habits|
|Like Mayan pyramids|
|Means of protecting breakables|
|Meeting time suffix|
|One that heads up the staff|
|Places side by side|
|Protection for a boat's hull|
|Rendered unconscious, maybe|
|Something to catch or raise|
|'Death Becomes Her' star, 1992|
|Baby seat, say|
|'Missouri Waltz,' e.g.|
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