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New York Times crossword of March 6th, 2011 other clues
'Pictures ___ Exhibition'
'99 Luftballons' singer, 1984
'Esmé' writer
'Mayberry ___'
'Mogambo' threat
'Oh, baloney!'
'That seems to be the case'
'The Constant Gardener' heroine
'The Divorcee' actress Shearer
'Top Gun' org.
'Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out' subject
'What ___!'
'___ Carter III,' best-selling album of 2008
'___ while they're hot!'
109-Down portrayer in 2003's 'Elf'
12-Down soldiers, for short
1937 Cole Porter tune
1994 action flick with the tagline 'Get ready for rush hour'
1994 biography of Calvin Klein
911 responder
Act of coming out
And the rest: Abbr.
Apiphobiac's fear
Opinion pieces
Trying experiences
Original 'I Love Lucy' airer
Part of Italy where Cape Spartivento is
TV show filmed at 30 Rock
U.S. president whose mother's first name was Stanley
Perform brain surgery on Mr. Begley?
Un-P.C. suffix
Person with a mortgage, e.g.
Venezuelan's 'very'
Pirates' home
Virginia ___
Pool organism
Way to go: Abbr.
Prefix with Cities
Welcomed, as a guest at the door
Preside over Mr. O'Neill's baptism?
Where the stars might be pointing?
Prohibit Mr. McMahon from ever socializing again?
Wife of Esau
Punish Mr. Harris in a medieval way?
You: Fr.
___ Long, Union general in the Civil War
Put Mr. Meese in an Armani suit?
R.M.N. served under him
___ sort
Retailer with a cat and dog in its logo
See 3-Down
Serpent's tail?
Set as a goal
Sheets and such
Sicilian city
Singer ___ Khan
Sister company of ABC
Slip (into)
Smallest member of the European Union
Some clouds
Souse's sound
Star Alliance member
Suffix with Ecuador or Euclid
Take the offensive
To the point
Transport on a slope
Treater's phrase
Auto last made in 1936
Ballet leap
Barrel in a bar
Be willing to apprehend Mr. Bradley at any cost?
Beak or beat
Brand name that used to be spelled out in commercials
Brooklyn ___
Call up
Caramel-filled treat
Civil War org.
Colorado, e.g.: Abbr.
Dessert menu phrase
Disgusted cry
Disney doe
Do Mr. Sullivan's stand-up material?
Doesn't give up
Doo-wop syllable
Down a submarine, say
Early 12th-century year
Elvis sings it in 'Blue Hawaii'
Epitome of hotness
Epitome of thinness
Fashion's Gucci
Fax cover sheet abbr.
Figure in Tom Thumb tales
French weapon
Fur fighters?
Geisha's accessory
Get Mr. Koch addicted to a modern reading method?
Give a leg up
Grand Forks sch.
Greece, to Greeks
Household pets that need ultraviolet light in their cages
Hungarian city known for its thermal baths
Interrogate, in a way
Kind of wave
Lee of NBC News
Letters on Ozzie Smith's cap
Longtime 25-Across president Moonves
Made in France?
Madre's hermano
Mauna ___
Medical suffix
Menotti's 'Lullaby,' for one
Mgr.'s aide
Mike and ___ (some jellybeans, informally)
Military march
Mom-and-pop grps.
Montaigne work
Not vert.
Not yet in the oven
Noted Cosell interviewee
Noted John Boehner feature
Numbers game
One awaiting a shipment, maybe
One of the Jackson 5
One side's retort to 'No, you don't!'

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