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New York Times crossword of March 14th, 1997 other clues
'Alas'
'If you ___...!' (threat)
'Messiah,' e.g.
'___ War' (Nick Stone book series)
A raft, in diner slang
A.A.A. suggestion
Barbed comments
Baseball All-Star, 1934-44
Besides what's here
Between half and all
Bickle's portrayer, in 'Taxi Driver'
Bit of work
Certain horse
Charlotte ___
Chicago Mrs.
Chrome yellow and others
City in Genesis
Common request
Controversial event
Cooped (up)
Crash, so to speak
Didn't dawdle
Doc
Duke's deputy in 'Measure for Measure'
Dweller in Paradise
Face lost in the crowd
Far from sharp
Getting to the bottom of things?
Girl who meets the Duchess
Good Citizens contest sponsor: Abbr.
Have trust
He went through Hell
Hub
It's for the money
Itty-bitty
Jump past
Kind of cage
Kind of forces
Kind of master
Lawyer/writer Gardner
Leg up
Like a paramecium
Like life in Italy, maybe
Like Milos Forman
Lingua franca, for some
Massey of 'Balalaika'
Mole-colored
Not in quantity
Popular 30's dance
Problem-laden chores
Proteus and Valentine, for two noted examples
Roasting platform
See 1-Across
See 1-Across
Skinflint
Snack since 1912
Stop making a scene?
Stop working so hard
The folks
The Force was with him
They're filled with tracks
Traveling bag
Twist in a drink
Watch bearing
Whence much color of fall
Where Edna Ferber was born
Wine area
With 58-Across, 35-Across
Writer aboard the Beagle
You needn't press it
___ pooped to pop

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