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New York Times crossword of March 28th, 2010 other clues
Average fellows
Big Apple neighborhood
Britannia letters
Bygone brand with a torch in its logo
Bygone title of respect
Candleholders on a wall
Centers of early development
Charlie Chan creator Earl ___ Biggers
Chief Norse deity
City in Florida's horse country
Colorado resort
Colt's fans, for short?
Computer screen, for short
Court figures
Court transfer?
Courthouse records
Cry from beyond a closed door
Cuban's home?
Cuddly cat
Dentist's directive
Eggy quaff
Electrical particle
Eponymous engineer
Exceptional soldier on his only tour?
Expo '74 city
Field ration, for short
Leave a mark on
Like atriums
Like many a 36-Across
Like universal blood donors
Machu Picchu people
Maritime threat of the early 1940s
Member of a strict Jewish sect
Motorist's no-no, for short
News tidbit
Off-base in a bad way
Ohio political dynasty
Old Japanese coin
One ___ at a time
Parseghian of Notre Dame
Peach and orange
Phone abbr.
Pillow fill
Play center, often
Plug along
Postman's creed conjunction
Prince Valiant's love
Problem for a crane operator?
Punk's piece
Really angry group?
Rugby gathering
Rugged range
Schoolyard comeback
Scrutinized, with 'over'
See 20-Across
Shirley MacLaine, notably
Arrive unexpectedly en masse
Flip ___ (decide by chance)
Follower of Christopher or Carolina
Food giant based in Downers Grove, Ill.
G.M. tracking system
Genesis son
Get ready to go
Get used (to)
Gets hold of
Gin's partner
Google stat
Grouchy Muppet
Haberdashery offering
Handicapper's hangout, for short
Hardly worth mentioning
Head turner
Heavenly place
Helps in a heist
Hidden help for one who's trying to quit smoking?
Hint offerer
Hit below the belt?
Home of Elmendorf Air Force Base
Hot dog topping
Hung around
In a lather
Included for free
Instruction #1 for roofers?
It means everything
iTunes selection
Jacob who wrote 'How the Other Half Lives'
Keepsake on a chain
Lead and tin alloy
Leader of the Untouchables
Showed over
Six-time baseball All-Star Rusty
Slowing down, in mus.
Some quick-change places
Sound while jerking the head
Spanish wave
Straighten out
Succinct warning
Sunscreen additive
Switch add-on
Take a header
Ticker tape letters?
Tony and Emmy winner Fabray
Twice tre
Vocally bother
Volcanic fallout
Wall Street landmark?
What kind, decent people wear?
Win over
Wish granter
With 21-Across, native Oklahoma group
World capital at 12,000 feet
Years, in Rome
___ Ark
___ culpa
'___ Mucho,' #1 hit for Jimmy Dorsey
'Coffee ___ my cup of tea': Samuel Goldwyn
'Fly ___ the Moon'
'For shame!'
'Swoosh' brand
'___ Lincoln in Illinois' (1940 biopic)
45 ___
Academy Award winner for 'Chicago,' 2002
Ahead, but barely

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