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New York Times crossword of March 3rd, 2011 other clues
'Don Juan' division
'Starpeace' recorder, 1985
'The Scandalized Masks' painter
1940 Henry Fonda role
Act independently
Argument
Bagel flavor
Big Apple read: Abbr.
Bollywood queens
Boon
Botch
Break down
Bygone flier
Captain James of the high seas
Cart track, e.g.
Certain tense: Abbr.
Chemical suffix
Class
Conflate
Coolness
Cotton ___
Creature with a dewlap
Drink suffix
Either of the two presidents who also served as a 17-Across from 62-Across
Expensive seating area
Food sometimes eaten with a small fork
Formerly
Gilbert ___, author of 'A Void,' a 290-page novel without the letter E
Have victory within one's grasp
High-spirited
Introduction to a Spanish count?
It starts in March: Abbr.
It's rich in sugar
Jipijapa, e.g.
Kicked in
Kind of shot
Kind of shot
Land
Language known to native speakers as 'gjuho shqipe'
League: Abbr.
Long time
Macduff rebuff
Mobile-to-Huntsville dir.
One in a mob scene?
Other, to Orozco
Overflow with
Passport, e.g.: Abbr.
Performed a cadenza, e.g.
Plague
Produce
Publisher's department
Ranch closing?
Real-life character in the 1950 western 'Broken Arrow'
Reminiscent of
Rock bottom
Sandpaperish
Santo Domingo greeting
School whose 1910 football team went undefeated and unscored upon
See 39-Across
See 39-Across
Shot that's hard to miss
Some blankets
Start of many a blog comment
Subject of a sailor's weather maxim
Target of many a shot
The '5' in '6-5,' e.g.
Things wrapped in foil
Timberwolves and the like
Try to hit
Warrant, with 'to'
Wife in O'Neill's 'Desire Under the Elms'
Winter time
Year the first Tour de France was held
___ Fox
___ Quested, 'A Passage to India' woman

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