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New York Times crossword of March 14th, 2016 other clues
'Larry, shoot!'
'Sally, keep up the fight!'
'That was so nice of you!'
'Wilbur, get in the game!'
2005-08 position held by Barack Obama: Abbr
A.L. division for the Yankees
Amphibian that doesn't really cause warts
Arm or leg
Bat mitzvahs and baptisms
Become the champ
Boston pro on ice
Cheese in spinach pies
Chevy that's now called the Sonic
Chevy, e.g
Chowed down
Clown's name
Considers carefully, as advice
Cut with an intense light
Decision point in a road
Deviate erratically from a course
Easy-to-overlook details
Employees at the Times or Post, for short
End of a univ. email address
Fought head to head, like bighorns
Ginger ___
Glutton's desire
Hawaiian hi
House Committee on ___ and Means
Lake on Ohio's northern border
Largest pelvic bones
Mai ___ (bar order)
Manage to avoid
McEntire at the Grand Ole Opry
Merman in old musicals
Nod off
Novak Djokovic, for one
One practicing a mystical form of Islam
Organisms that cause red tide
Philosopher Immanuel
Potato treat for Hanukkah
Reverse of NNW
Rooster destined for dinner
Skier's lift
Slow, in music
Socialites having a ball
Sonny's old singing partner
Southwest tribe
Tadpole or caterpillar
Talks one's head off
Tear apart
The 'B' of Roy G. Biv
Things to 'Twist, Lick, Dunk' in a game app
Tie that's hard to untie
Title role for Michael Caine or Jude Law
Totaled, as a bill
Velvety leather
Victim of a bark beetle barrage
Woman who lent her name to a business-locating 'list'
'Away with you!'
'Elijah, press your clothes!'
'Emma, do that sexy dance!'
'Eric, give some to us!'
'Frailty, ___ name is woman!': Hamlet

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