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New York Times crossword of March 17th, 2019 other clues
Jesus on the diamond
Some endangered ecosystems
One-fifth of the Jackson 5
Note taker
Oil magnate Leon who once owned the New York Jets
Tip-off for an exam proctor
Star turn
What the "sans" refers to in Comic Sans
Diaper : U.S. :: ___ : U.K.
"Girls" home
With 44-Down, biography of Walt Disney?
Only mildly sweet
Get a Venmo request, say
Go through a window?
Obvious answer
Excelled
Altar exchange
British miler Sebastian
Like the signatures of outgoing people, it's said
Recreational sailboats
Shrewd
Winged Greek goddess
Highest hand value in baccarat
Capital of France's Côte d'Or
High points
One side of the G.W. Bridge
Juul, e.g., for short
For fear that
Clever move
Credit score, for short?
Inside info
Swimsuit material
___ monkey
Bit of greenery
Have a ___ for
Most popular baby girl's name of the 1960s, per the Social Security Administration
Old-time "The Price Is Right" announcer Johnny
"Step on it!"
Xenophobe's fear, with "the"
Good name, informally
Pro
Squealer
Hitch together
Biography of the Venus de Milo?
Retreats
Verb that's a homophone for a letter
John Irving title character
One using a heater, say
See 43-Down
Fiery look
Biography of Ebenezer Scrooge?
Palindromic boy's name
"Castaway" director Nicolas
Author Larsson
Bond tightly
Ward of cinema
Colleague of Gorsuch
"Decorates" on Halloween, say
Biography of Amelia Earhart?
Beep-booping droid, for short
Biography of Archimedes?
Big name in chicken
Two-year degrees, briefly
Tricked
Took out
Model T competitors
Sound effects after some one-liners
Big features of reality TV
Pair of hearts?
Chihuahua's sound
Dramatic award
Adidas competitor
Loudly project
With 112-Across, biography of Elvis?
See 110-Across
Gate expectations, briefly?
With passion
Wear away
Big dos
Quad/glute exercise
Lets go of
Dramatic rebuttal
Picasso's "___ Demoiselles d'Avignon"
Poetic conjunction
Some Antarctic samples
Biography of Thomas Crapper?
Unvarying charge
Home to Bourbon St.
Its national anthem is "Hatikvah": Abbr.
They create soft c's and g's
Airport code for O'Hare
Some H.S. exams
Showed allegiance, in a way
Elvis Costello hit that starts "I've been on tenterhooks / Ending in dirty looks"
Major Argentine export
Prefix with present
Dress (up)
Cajun dish of shellfish over rice
Increases in price
"Yikes!"
Biography of Willie Mays?
Iron ___
Stereotypical High Times reader
Lovecraftian
"You may not have asked me, but ..."
Kind of sheet
Tex-Mex offering
Suffix with doctor
Part of a Vandyke, informally
Certain green energy producers
Grandchild: Sp.
Classic
Detest
Daniel Webster, notably
Alaska Airlines hub
Pointers
Onetime
Inky stone
Wham!
Like the phase ending after 12
Why parodies can't be sued for copyright infringement
Corrigenda
Artist with seven posthumous platinum albums
The title characters of 1988's "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," e.g.
___ distance
Nonreactive
Between: Fr.
Montreal is part of it: Abbr.
State on the Atl. coast
Like some flocks
Doesn't go overboard?
Midwest capital, informally
Revenue alternative to subscriptions
Bosom buddy
Anglerfish's light, e.g.
The Science Guy
Giant's opposite
Blush, e.g.
Seven ___ of Ancient Greece

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