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New York Times crossword of March 5th, 2011 other clues
'Valentine's Day' co-star, 2010
'___ of life, an imp of fame; / Of parents good ...': 'Henry V'
Arm of the British military
Audits, with 'on'
Went off on
Word: Suffix
Yankee star who batted left and threw right
Black gemstones
Capital served by Faleolo International Airport
Channel between mainland England and the Isle of Wight, with 'the'
Drawing room gathering
E.U. member
Fathers, in the Bible
Figure in the high 60s
Getting ready, with 'up'
Head-tail connection
Hit TV series featuring 54-Across
Hook up with
Hugo's Thénardier and others: Abbr.
Images on windows of une cathédrale: Abbr.
It has two bridges in India
It may be pulled on a field
It's perfect
Land shared by Iraq and Iran
Leg supports
Like many an unsuccessful politician
Lots of laughs
McDonald's offerings
Missing links, so to speak
More often than not
Mushroom grower, for short?
Neil Diamond's 'September ___'
Only one bears the name of a U.S. president
Piece of schoolwork
Place for a dance
Place to stretch one's legs
Poorly explained
Real-life opera composer who's a title character in a Rimsky-Korsakov opera
Rue Morgue murderer
Secret places
See 40-Down
Senator supporter
Specialty oven
Stand at a ceremony
Subway line
Tapestry thread
Term of endearment
They're open on Saturdays
Things rolled over by cars
Title in Topkapi
Took to the clink
Touchdown stat
'A transient madness,' per Horace

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