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New York Times crossword of April 8th, 2005 other clues
Airport pickup
Be reluctant
Be theatrical
Bizet work
Boat with square ends
Brand name, e.g.
Broadcaster's ad offering
Calm
Carpenter's decoration
Cause for slapping oneself
Chiromancer
Club of song
Cover
Crumples into a ball
Decoration at public baths
Divining rod
Duke
Epic
Ford product, informally
Fore for four?
From square one
General on a Chinese menu
Gets down (on)
Give ___ (berate)
Have done with
He was declared a public enemy by the Senate
High circulation increaser
Hilarity
It was 'really lookin' fine' in a 1964 hit
Julia on screen
Kebab go-with
L.S.A.T. part: Abbr.
Like wee-uns
Mark's replacement
Marsh of mystery
November 13, e.g.
One of us
One way to field a ball
One with a drawing room
One-named supermodel
Ostensibly fresh, but not really
Outlet for the Indus
Paris's ___ Gauche
PC key
Plural suffix with auction
Prefix with peptic
Quarterback's call
Question after 'You were snoring!'
Right Guard rival
Shaq and Yao, for two
Soil fertilizer
Some chamber groups
Sphere
Susan with an Emmy
Target for a gum eraser
Targets
Unused
Wagons-___ (sleeping cars, abroad)
Walkaway
Willy Wonka's creator
Wilson's 'The ___ Baltimore'
Wind dir.
___-X
'Unholy Loves' author
'My little chickadee'
'Quit that!'
'The Naked Gun,' for one
'The Shanghai Cobra' hero, 1945
'The Sound of Music' name
'___ take arms against a sea of troubles': Hamlet
Ab ___ (from the beginning)

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