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New York Times crossword of April 11th, 2011 other clues
'Superman' villain
'Batman' villain
'Give it ___!' ('Try!')
'I'll Be There for You' for 'Friends,' and others
'O Sole ___'
'Star Trek' villain
'That's all false, and you know it!'
'The Lion King' villain
'The Silence of the Lambs' villain
'Well, whaddaya know!'
'___ Croft: Tomb Raider'
12, on a sundial
8 1/2' x 14' paper size
Action to a newborn baby's bottom
Ancient Peruvian
Apple tablet computers
Cigarette's end
Close to
Command post on a ship
Dissect grammatically
Easter ___
Exams for aspiring attorneys: Abbr.
Fall behind
French fathers
Frozen drink brand
Germany's ___ von Bismarck
Get out of clothing
Get out of, as clothing
Gooey stuff
Half a train track
Harry Potter villain
Held on to
Important joint for a field goal kicker
Intl. oil group
Janis with the 1971 #1 hit 'Me and Bobby McGee'
John Denver's 'Thank God ___ Country Boy'
Karl with a manifesto
Lariat material
More crafty
Nikon product
One joshing around
Piece of office furniture
QB's mistake: Abbr.
Roulette action
Ruin, as the end of a movie
Salk vaccine target
Says 'D-O-G' or 'C-A-T,' e.g.
Second-string players
Seriously hurt
Shells and bullets
Sherlock Holmes villain
Siberian city
Siberian plain
Single serving of butter
Social gathering with coffee
Soda bottle unit
Summon via a P.A. system, e.g.
Thurman of Hollywood
Volcanic rock material
Yadda, yadda, yadda: Abbr.
___ and mighty
___ sapiens

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