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New York Times crossword of March 15th, 2003 other clues
Hang, in a way
Hurry
In ___ (trapped)
It may be lost
It often has an advantage
It's continuous with the cornea
Kind of drive
Like infants and grudges
Like some choirs: Var.
Lock
Madison Avenue's 'loneliest guy in town'
Market leader?
Midway cry
Minuscule amounts
More likely to mouth off
Mulishness
One who answers to a looie
Outset, slangily
Pain
Part of an Asian capital's name
Part of an Asian capital's name
Period
Place for a lace
Plaster?
Popper of song
Prefix with chemical
Real
Relative of hurling
Sadist, e.g.
See 47-Across
Serving, sometimes
Shepherd's field: Abbr.
Singer Coltrane
Attended
'$' star, 1971
'Down the Field' singer, at a football game
1959 Jackie Wilson hit
60 minutes, in Milan
Ars ___ (sorcery)
Autumnal hue
Aviary sound
Basis of some divisions
Brand name with an accent at the end
Brits' blades
Capital nicknamed the Cherry City
Cause to sparkle
Character in Chesterton's 'What's Wrong With the World'
Children's prayer starter
Civil War battlefield
Cousin of a mariposa
Cream ___
Debauchee of a sort
Endangered South American
Epitaph opener
Expression of disapproval
Feature accompanier, once
Flier's concern, for short
French folk song
Get down
Greek crosses
Habit
Snow-white
Some parties
Sue Grafton's '___ for Lawless'
Support group?
Surfaces, in a way
Tay, say
Tie term
Top with jewels
Views
With 10-Down, bun protectors

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