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New York Times crossword of April 5th, 2015 other clues
Cooperated with
Corporate department
County div
Crime of those in Dante's second circle
Cut (off)
Cut (off)
Deficit, informally
Deuce preceder, maybe
Duke rival, for short
Example from 18th-century history
Example from 20th-century history
Example from advertising
Example from classic American literature
Example from fantasy literature
Example from sci-fi literature
Example from television
Explorer Meriwether ___
Fearsome birds
Flora and fauna
Game center?
Get running smoothly, in a way
Get together
Go by
Golden ___
Helpful household pets
Hist. or Eng
Home of Faa'a International Airport
In good ___
Is out
It could go either way
Japanese 94-Across
Keepers of appointments, for short
Kind of ceiling
Kindle, e.g
Kit ___ bar
Least mad
Letters in the Greek spelling of 'Parthenon'
Lightly pound
Lively dances
Louse's place, in Robert Burns's 'To a Louse'
Many a fed. holiday
Metaphorical example from poetry
Michigan rival, for short
Much-vilified food
On the left, for short
One who aims to hit singles?
Party time, for short
Picking up strength, for short?
Pleasant inflection
Point of sharpest vision
Polished off
Post-Civil War Reconstruction, e.g
Postal abbr
Prefix with system
Property unit
Quarters of a Quarter Pounder
Queen's attendant
Relatively recent
Religious journey
See 108-Across
See 8-Down
See 97-Across
Some 99-Down
Some beans
Some fingerprints
Some Halloween decorations
Some trilogies
Sony video recorder
Summer pants
Takes marks off
Talking during a movie, e.g
Treasonous groups
Twilight, poetically
Unbelievable, say
Union union
Up side?
Walk quietly
Watch over
Watchmaker's tool
Welcome, perhaps
Went (for)
When repeated, classic song with the lyric 'Sayin' we gotta go, yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah'
White's partner
With 18-Down, structure that gets less stable with time
With formal properness
Word of regret
Words before a date
Yellow-and-white flowers
___ de leche
___ League
___ Period (part of Japanese history)
___ regni
'I *finally* got it!'
'I got it!'
'No, you really must!'
'One ... two ... three ...,' in a gym
'So what?'
'___ you even listening?'
1/100 of a peseta
101, say
7/11 product?
Adhered (to)
Affix carelessly
Amaretto ingredients
As well as
Asian wild ass
Ayatollah's speech
Baseball V.I.P.s
Best-selling children's series '___ Jackson & the Olympians'
Big dos
Bond holder?
Book that needs to be read word for word?
Brick worker's tools
British Invasion band
Bugs someone?
Bully, at times
Capital on the Atlantic
Classic roadsters
Claymation dog
Coming or going, say
Common address start
'A Clockwork Orange' protagonist

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