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New York Times crossword of March 4th, 2007 other clues
'America's Most Wanted' airer
'I' problem
'See ya!'
'Suppose they gave ___ and nobody came?'
'That's cheating!'
'The Man Who Knew Too Much' actress, 1934
*Where to find para in the dictionary
*… boar
*… Hancock
*… oatmeal
*… subscapular
*… Suita
*… war dance
*… ZZZ
1981 German-language hit film
1989 high-school film based on a song title
4 x 4, for short
A little night music?
A3 maker
Abbr. before a Spanish surname
Able to do well
Actress Kimberly of 'Close to Home'
Assessor's figure
Bad witness
Basket material
Big cavity
Big do
Big throw
Boggy lands
Broad, in a way
Call to a calf
Cape settler
Charades player
Chipped in
Course related to physiol.
Daffy Duck and others
Dictionary source for each asterisked clue in this puzzle
Dignitary from Dubai
Exam for a future D.A.
Fabrics with elaborate designs
Faithful about
Farming prefix
Fashion designer Saab
Frank Sinatra said he had 'the silkiest chops in the singing game'
Get the goods on
Guidance system at sea
Handicapper's hangout, for short
High hat
History chapters
Hit the top
Independent country since June 5, 2006
Inits. for a film buff
It's parallel to a radius
Japanese P.M. Shinzo ___
Jazz's ___ Lateef
Jelly flavor
Kind of lane
Leader of the All-Starr Band
Like some Keats works
Lincoln, maybe
Link with
Lockbox document
Longoria of 'Desperate Housewives'
Mallard cousins
Medgar of Mississippi
Member of the track team
Minnesota ___
Model's job
Modem termini?
Monastic title
N.H.L. trophy honoree
Needed more
Not fully formed
Now, in Nueva York
Old flames
Old mythological work
One of the Castros
One of the winds
Opposite of yellow
Parcel (out)
Part of the Treasury Dept.
Physiques, for short
Place for a small table
Plant openings
Rainwear brand
Real estate ad section
Remark that might get one in trouble
Restriction on children, maybe
Rival of Cassio
Running things?
Rustling sound
Ryan of Hollywood
San ___, Calif.
Shampoo form
Shooting match?
Show uncertainty
Slate workers, for short
Small digit
Sneeze causers, for some
Something to be thankful for
Sondheim protagonist
Spanish ___
Speed: Abbr.
Stallone and others
Stomach part
Subtitle starter, sometimes
Take ___ (swing hard)
Talks monotonously
Terre Haute sch.
There from birth
To wit
Trollope's 'Phineas ___'
Unfamiliar with
Unhappy chorus
Volga feeder
Votin' no on
Wall St. figures
When 'Dallas' aired for most of its run: Abbr.
Where to see 'Monday Night Football'
Without support, in a way
Write a codicil
Writer of 'Gil Blas'
___ Games, quadrennial event since 1951
___ Hill (R & B group)
___ II razor
___ Miss

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