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New York Times crossword of March 27th, 2010 other clues
Part of a food chain
See 53-Across
Shoots craps, e.g.
Some card readers
Sporty Spice of the Spice Girls
Subject of the 1997 biography 'Woman in the Mists'
Takes, with 'for'
Temporary downturn
The Pink Panther, e.g.
They're listed in a bill: Abbr.
They're made by origami artists
Tiny irritations
With 31-Down, its products are often squeezed
Youngest Best Actress Oscar winner, 1986
___ Hot (city in Inner Mongolia)
Hospital administration?
Italy, once
Integrated with
Capital on the Buriganga River, old-style
Cry after failing
Donatello sculpture subject
Easy tots to baby-sit
Ezio Pinza's 'Mr. Imperium' co-star
Faddish disk of the 1990s
Fall preceder
Foot part?
Hitchcock trademark
Getting in line?
Gloating cry
Kind of ball
Last full year of St. Julius I's papacy
Launcher launched in 1958
Less natural
Linguist's concern
Magic practiced by native Guianans
Massive star
Medical research org.
More of the same, in research papers
Motown's original name
Move to your previous place
Not so easy to get one's hands on
Occasion to break glass?
Odious type
Old means of public humiliation
One to hang with
'The Faerie Queene' character
'___ the soles of her shoe?': Hamlet
1982 Grammy-winning song by Toto
Actor who won comedy and drama Emmys for the same role
Attendance incentives
Avant-garde saxophonist John
Blackmore heroine
'Hairspray' mom and others
'I can resist everything except ___': Oscar Wilde
'Pinky' Best Actress nominee Jeanne
'It's anybody's guess'

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