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New York Times crossword of April 19th, 2016 other clues
2011 World Series champs, informally
'Buy' or 'sell' directive at a specified price
'Oh! Susanna' and others
'The Fox and the Crow' storyteller
'___ the Sheriff' (1974 #1 hit)
1960s protest grp
90° turn
Alternative to Enterprise
Anatomical pouch
Arena entrance feature
Attired, as a judge
Auricle's site
Barely beats
Be rough with, in a way
Bikini, for one
Call letters?
Certain homicide, in police lingo
Cheerleader's cheer
Christmas ___
Circus performer with a ball
Cleveland cager, for short
Data in a daily planner: Abbr
Double, in baseball lingo
Fannie ___ (securities)
Father's study: Abbr
Food processor setting
Former House leader Nancy
George ___, longtime maestro of the Cleveland Orchestra
Girl's name that's a homophone for a boy's name
Go ___ for (defend)
High-tech 1982 Disney movie
Hosp. locale
Jodie Foster and Meryl Streep, collegiately
Kitchen covers
Land animal whose closest living relatives include whales
Lie a little
Make a goof
Moon of Mars
Name repeatedly sung in Rossini's 'Largo al factotum'
Names in someone's honor
Navy student, informally
North America's largest alpine lake
Not continue
Not take it anymore
Obi-Wan ___
Office V.I.P
One of the 'E's' in E.E.C
Opera's Tebaldi
Pageant winners' wear
Practice boxing
Produced, as coins
Reason to use a visor
Rossini's 'Largo al factotum,' e.g
Some savings, for short
Something that may be trimmed or rigged
Start of a countdown
Stranded due to frigid weather
Sue Grafton's '___ for Ricochet'
Suffix with Japan
Take to court
Tennessee senator ___ Alexander
Tombstone lawman
Too sentimental
Tree houses?
Turner autobiography
Unfair treatment
Veil material
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