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New York Times crossword of April 1st, 2002 other clues
'Evangeline' setting
'I give!'
'Shake It Up' band, with 'the'
'Will be,' to Doris Day
'___ Eleven' (Sinatra film)
Cut of lamb
Does stage work
Examine oneself
Fish scraps
Fraternal members
Had Marlboros, say
Hawaii's ___ Day
Hemingway title character
Igor's place
In ___ (entirely)
Kind of district
Kit ___ bar
Like a surrender flag
Mai ___
Man famous for doing a double take?
Meat dish, often
Microsoft's first product
Nine inches
Notes after las
Ones with green cards
Paleozoic, for one
Radiant glow
Samuel ___, inventor of the stock ticker
Shea, for one
Texas A&M player
Very expensive
When tripled, a W.W. II movie
You: Ger.

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