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New York Times crossword of March 7th, 2008 other clues
'Blue II' painter, 1961
'Dear' ones
'In that area'
1937 Paul Muni drama
50-50 proposition
A foot has 305 of these: Abbr.
Art, metaphorically
Artist Wyeth
Base runners?
Basic verse option
Big name in college guides
Bit of jazz improvisation
Bug zapper?
Census Bureau data
Certain inverse function
City bombed in the gulf war
Climbing Mt. Everest, for Sir Edmund Hillary
Clued in, once
Coast Guard boat
Country singers England and Herndon
Cousin in a Balzac title
Cowboys, but not Indians
Cut across
Drum containers
Evidence that one is short
First name in fragrances
Fitting decision?
Get going
Global positioning system, e.g.
Hand holding
Holmes fought him
Honduras-to-Guatemala dirección
It's hard to recall
It's headquartered in the G.E. Building
Legato indicator
Like most medicine bottles
London Zoo locale
Manfred ___ Earth Band
Meter makers
Nine ___ (London district)
Not lit
Old one, along the Oder
Only if it's worth the trade-off
Passing subject?
Princess Ozma's creator
Reminiscent of the 1890s
Remote access?
Rockne protégé
Roman well
Sacramento suburb
Set off
Singer who is part owner of Forbes magazine
Site of the siege of Candia
Stanford of Stanford University
Things in rings
Under a quilt, say

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