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New York Times crossword of April 29th, 2007 other clues
Bigger than big
Bob of the P.G.A.
Bundle of nerves
Casino supply
Caustic chemicals
Census stats
Cheryl of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'
Cicada sound
Clan symbol
Close-fitting garment
Comment following a lucky guess
Compass point suffix
Compound number?
Concentration thwarter
Contest that leads to a draw
Country with a palm tree on its flag
DeSoto or LaSalle
Elizabeth Taylor's pet charity, for short
Erstwhile denaro
Exam format
Exhibiting ennui
Faith in music
France's Oscar
Frequent abbr. on sheet music for folk songs
George Eliot, e.g.
Georgia of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'
Performs perfectly
Pin site
Poet with a seemingly self-contradictory name
Police epithet, with 'the'
Puma rival
Queen ___ County, Md.
Reach a settlement
Rogaine alternative
Round all around
Rude awakening
Sale locale
Save one's own neck, maybe
Showed courage, old-style
Showing the least resistance
Shows curiosity
Singer/actress Akers
Slippery as ___
Something that might be tucked under the chin
Sophocles subject
Sports org. for nonprofessionals
Strands in the winter?
Symbol in el zodiaco
Taking care of the situation
Talked a blue streak?
The King of Pop, in headlines
Think way back?
This and that
Tongue's end?
Glockenspiels' kin
Grant money?
Had fun with
Half of Brangelina
Have an in (with)
He reached his peak in 1806
'The Most Happy Fella' song
Healing aid patented in 1872
Hockey infraction
'Chances ___'
Ignore the alarm
'Didn't I tell you?!'
'Everybody Loves Raymond' role
In case
'Is that ___?'
It may be served in a bed
Jilted wife of myth
'The Female Eunuch' author
'With any luck'
Kia model
Leader of the Mel-Tones
... and 101-Across are known for their fancy footwork
Like hedgehogs
... and 23-Across are Olympic gold medalists
Like il but not elle: Abbr.
... and 25-Across have 'canine' surnames
Long-distance letters
... and 41-Across sang with their siblings
Loyal pooch
... and 52-Across are Mormons
Make a name for oneself?
... and 69-Across have affiliations with 'Jeopardy!'
Make fast
... and 80-Across have mythological creatures as surnames
... and 99-Across starred in musicals and share their first names with a classic sitcom couple
1980s-'90s N.B.A. star Danny
March honoree, familiarly
1998 Andrea Bocelli operatic album
Mission ___, Calif.
Actor Jared
Mmes., across the Pyrenees
Agassi partner
Museum employee
Asteroid discovered in 1898
News exec Roger
Baffin Bay sights
No Westminster contender
Bailiwick of TV's Matlock
Not at all certain
Barely perceptible
Not totally disastrous
Before markdown: Abbr.
P.M. periods
Belligerent deity
Typeface akin to Helvetica
U.P.S. staffer, at times
Uses a Moviola, in film-making
Wink accompaniment
Without an out
Xena's horse

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