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New York Times crossword of March 9th, 2004 other clues
Neighbor of Yemen
Old 'Tonight Show' intro
Place to put gloss
Poet's preposition
Really, really want
Saint-___ (French resort)
Scale of mineral hardness
Self-defense sport
Son of Seth
Son-gun link
Supermarket helpers
Swedish auto
Tee cry
Thesaurus entry: Abbr.
Toiled in the galley
Transcript fig.
U-Haul rental
Vibrating effect
When repeated, a fish
Wield authority
Women's tennis immortal
Word repeated after 'Que,' in song
Word that can follow the ends of 17-, 31-, 38-, 50- and 64-Across
Zeno of ___
'Bali ___'
'Flying Down to ___'
'I love,' to Livy
'Z' makers, in comics
'___ Maria'
1600's stargazer
1940's-50's slugger Ralph
9-volt, e.g.
Atmospheric region with a 'hole'
Big name in printers
Blood-typing letters
Blue shade
Breyers competitor
Certain iron setting
Corporate V.I.P.
CPR giver
Current units
Cushioned footrest
Draft letters
Elected officials
Fodder's place
Follower of Zeno
Goes up and down and ...
Govt. bill
Half a score
Half a train?
Have a late meal
Having a snack
Haw's partner
Head honcho
Historic period
Hold title to
Hose woes
Hymn start
In a friendly manner
Japanese drama
Jazzman Zoot
Laddie's love
Ladies of Spain
Letterman dental feature
Lions' lairs
Lions, at times
Loofah, e.g.
Made of clay
Make public
Makes ashamed
Many a teen's room
Mars or Milky Way
More despicable

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