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New York Times crossword of February 22nd, 2004 other clues
'Don't ___!'
'How's that again?'
'Mr. Dieingly ___' (1966 Critters hit)
'Say ___!'
'The flower of my heart,' in old song
'Woe is me!'
'___ Rainbow' (1947 musical)
'___ Teenage Frankenstein,' 1957 film
A gift, for short
All together
Appliance rating
Au ___
Baby's first word, maybe
Bass ___
Berlioz's '___ Troyens'
Biblical judge
Bodybuilder's target
Bow shape
Cash drawer compartment: Abbr.
Caught but good
Cause of many a blowup
Clattery trains
Counter offer?
Court cry
Cover over
Crooner Michael
Crosswalk user, for short
Deli freebie
Directional ending
Dissed, in a way
Dove, e.g.
Em, e.g.
Ending with plug
Far from florid
Far out
Farsi speaker
Father of, in Arabic
Florida governor before Bush
Fort ___ (Oregon Trail stop)
Fund-raising grps.
Grand Canyon sights
He said 'I exist because I think'
Hero's award: Abbr.
Hockey area
Honolulu's ___ Stadium
Hospital staffer: Var.
How does 'no' describe some baseball caps?
How would you describe both seraphs and unintelligible talk?
It's listed in minutes
Itinerary abbr.
Iwo Jima Memorial honorees: Abbr.
Jolly Roger feature
Kind of nerve or tire
Lamb specialty
Latin-American import
Like Eeyore, in 'Winnie-the-Pooh'
Like many nuts
Little girl's plaything
Long time
Lord's Prayer start
Losers to the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIII
Many an Olympian
Many members of 47-Across
Many New Zealanders
More elegant
Oklahoma native
Old 'Happy motoring!' sloganeer
Old boxer called the Ambling Alp
One of the Cratchits
Oscar-winner Matlin
P.D. alert
Pearl hunters
Ping-Pong skills
Pisa's river
Pompeii killer
Presses, folds and stretches
Profit-and-loss calculator: Abbr.
Quechua speaker
Raiding party?: Abbr.
Reddish brown
Relative of the cod
Residents, e.g.: Abbr.
School dept.
Ship's hdg.
Short flights
Some are deadly
Some are personal
Something to be cured
Suffix with secret
Supermarket area
Thomas Bailey Aldrich story 'Marjorie ___'
Travelers' aids
Unmelodic sounds
What describes both screams and napoleons?
What may be raised at celebrations
What nobody doesn't like
What science fiction movie do taxes and amine bring to mind?
What Stephen King title is suggested by the letter F?
What teen hangout is named by the letters PP?
What's C and easy, too?
Where the Tombigbee flows
Why is Y like a romance novel?
Wines from Spain
Winner of 81 P.G.A. Tour victories
Word to a dog
Writer LeShan
___ beef
___ Island, Fla.
___ Ste. Marie
___-Detoo ('Star Wars' droid)

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