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New York Times crossword of April 28th, 2007 other clues
Louvre Pyramid designer
Makes some lines disappear
Measure of pleasure
Miss Ravenclaw, who co-founded Hogwarts School
One more than cinque
One on a longship
Player of Principal McGee in 'Grease'
Plural suffix?
Powers that be
Praise to the heavens
Ratatouille ingredient
Rectangle or square
Russia's Rostov, e.g.
Shore border built up by waves and currents
Something a loser may skip
Sommer of 'The Prize'
Sound system component?
Stationery store stock: Abbr.
Table saver
They may accompany sitars
Three-time speed skating gold medalist Karin
Top of a closet?
Twin killings, in baseball: Abbr.
Unidentified person
Victorious soldier in May 1775
Wallet loser's concern
'What ___ of the face is here!': Thomas Paine, 'Common Sense'
Alternative to a box of chocolates
Barely eats
Cast in a certain role
Be just right for
Catfish Row in 'Porgy and Bess,' e.g.
Cause anguish in
Cosmetics dye: Var.
Cry after falling hard?
Cry of facetious innocence
Did some horse-trading
Drive, e.g.
Early copter
Far from laid-back
First name in courtroom drama
Gave what for
Hostile territory is behind them
Knighted Scottish singer Harry
Lactates, e.g.
Lake ___, lowest point in Australia
Language from which 'kayak' comes
Last name of Dickens's Little Nell
Lévi-Strauss of France
Like many leases

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