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New York Times crossword of March 4th, 1997 other clues
'Gandhi' setting
'Holy ___!'
'Let's go!'
'Twittering Machine' artist
'Walk Away ___' (1966 hit)
'___ American Cousin' (1859 comedy)
'___ Lisa'
1997 has two
A.F.L.'s partner
Actress Berry
Alice doesn't work here anymore
Alternative to J.F.K. and La Guardia
Atmosphere
Back-to-school time: Abbr.
Bartender's supply
Bearded creature
Belushi character on 'S.N.L.'
Bit of thunder
Brothers and sisters
Building support
Buzzing
Campus authority
Cato's 151
Cinnamon unit
Director Howard
Dolls since 1961
Egyptian threats
Esqs.
Expert
Farm units
First name in supermodeldom
Flattens
For fear that
Glazier's items
Hit NBC comedy
Hodgepodge
It's behind home plate
It's pulled on a pulley
Klutz's utterance
Liberace wore them
Like a William Safire piece
Like some stocks, for short
Lodges
Maine's is rocky
Miss Cinders of old comics
Molokai meal
Music for two
Neighbor of Kan.
Nondairy spread
Not the subs
Novelty timepiece
Oilers' home
Once more
Organic fuel
Pack in
Part of an old English Christmas feast
Passing grade
Pear type
Plains home
Psychiatrist Berne
Rascal
Results of big hits?
Romeo
Russian-born violinist Schneider, informally
Schooner part
Shiite, e.g.
Signified
Stravinsky's 'Le ___ du printemps'
Sugar source
Tam-o'-shanter
Tee-hee
Tempe sch.
These, in Madrid
X's in bowling
Yin's counterpart
___ Park, Colo.
___-Seltzer

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