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New York Times crossword of March 12th, 2014 other clues
Speak like a tough guy, say
Start of an elimination rhyme
Stocking stuffer?
Story threads
Tan breakfast beverage
They build up in pores
Trey beaters
Ungentlemanly sort
Was a prelude (to)
What a 'V' signals to a violinist
White breakfast beverage
Words said while tapping on a watch
Work like a dog
___ bene
___ facto
'10' star
'I'm buying!,' at a bar ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme
'Nolo contendere,' e.g
'___ get it!'
'___ Misérables'
Admonition to the overly curious
Agcy. for retirees
Agitated state
Alternative to pasta
Before, briefly
Best-liked, in chat rooms
Blunted blade
Body lotion brand
Bud in the Southwest
Clear libation popular in England
Clear libation popular in Japan
Clear libation popular in Russia
Cutout toy
Density symbol
Dryer fuzz
England's Fergie, formally
Fifth-century pope called 'the Great'
Fire-starting aid
Fizzy dinner quaff
G.E. component: Abbr
Genteel dinner quaff
Good-looking person?
Halo, e.g
Jonathan and Martha of Smallville
Kid's retort
Knocked-out state
Letter-shaped construction component
Like some shopping
Meadow mother
Middle of a simile
Moorehead of 'Citizen Kane'
Muscle connector
Nervous giggle
Newly arrived
Nickname for the $2 Canadian coin
Not a lot
Not marbled, say
Nut often found on a sticky bun
Old-timey agreements
One of Isaac's twins
Orange breakfast beverage
Pirate hide-out, often
Plain dinner quaff
Presenter of many a spoof, for short
Product of fermenting apples
Product of fermenting barley
Product of fermenting honey
Pulling an all-nighter, e.g
R. E. Lee's org
School for James Bond
Six, in Seville

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