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Bull Moose's party: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 27th, 2005 other clues
'In & Out' star, 1997
'Let's go for a spin!'
'No need to elaborate'
'The Silence of the Lambs' director
'___ die for!'
'___ My Heart …'
'… three men in ___'
Airline convenience
Ballot abbr.
Ballot rosters
Biblical verb ending
Blow up
Bruce who played Watson
Bump off
Bunker Hill general
Carries on steadily
Cartoon company
Cash cache
Chase scene din
Choice for a flying Dutchman
Come to rest
Condescending one
Court rival of Bjorn
Dedicatee of a piano classic
Did a double take?
Dreaming à la Ravi Shankar?
Drill wielder: Abbr.
Emergency room medicine
Établissement éducatif
Fairy queen
Far from flustered
Firm boss: Abbr.
Fr. martyress, maybe
French naval post?
From the Salvation Army, say
Full house holding
General Motors repair shop slogan?
Get ___ up
Go back
Goodyear alternative
Guitar player's guide
Gymnastics coach Karolyi and others
Have no accomplices
Having one sharp, musically
HBO alternative
Hill once seen on the Hill
Holiday airs
Horse or dog lead-in
Hotel awning?
In a real mess
In due course
Investment house T. ___ Price
Irate restaurant force?
It may be smoked
It recounts the Fall
J. R.'s mother
Jazz variety
Kind of shark
Lafayette's forces
Land ___ (bargain-hunt successfully)
Less inept
Like an estate that a father wills to his children?
Like some remains
Mile or mil
More than miffed
Mother ___
Moved slowly
Moved swiftly, in older usage
Neck parts
Nike rival
No challenge
Not exaggerated
Oar pin
Old fool
Old Portuguese currency
Old telecom giant
One being paid
One whistling at athletes
Original Luddite ___ Ludd
Ovidian infinitive
Pad sharer
Part of B.C.E.
Perfect prairies?
Petal product
Pieces of nine?
Price abbr.
Prior to, to Prior
Procrastinator's mantra
Professional org. since 1847
Pub parking place?
Quick approval: Abbr.
Rake over the coals
Result of playing around with a knife on a patio?
Riviera seasons
Salutation starter
Second hand
See 97-Across
Set, in Somme
She turned Odysseus' men to swine
Shoddy news source
Short of
Slouched over, e.g.
Sneak ___
Sodium ___ (cleansing agent)
Some are corny
Something painted red
Sonneteer's sundown
Sounds of contentment
Stars and Bars org.
Storm producer, once
Suffix with 65-Down
Swedish actress Hasso
Take for a ride
Tart-tongued tyke
They're no longer hitched
Time meas.
Topic of many a lie
Travel medium
Turns on
TV receiver
TV series about proper departure etiquette?
Two-seated carriage
Verbum ___ (word of God)
Waldorf salad ingredient
Was attractive (to)
Windshield feature
With 112-Down, exemplar of madness
Yankee skipper
Zero for Nero

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