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New York Times crossword of April 7th, 2008 other clues
'... or ___ 1 for more options'
'Animal House' party costumes
'God's Little ___' (Erskine Caldwell best seller)
'Mona ___'
'Riders of the Purple Sage' author
'Shame on you!'
'Sweet' age in ancient Rome?
'You're ___ talk!'
'___ and the King of Siam'
1990 Macaulay Culkin film
Ballroom dancer Castle
Bess Truman or Barbara Bush
Bookcase part
Braga of 'Kiss of the Spider Woman'
Brother comic Shawn or Marlon
Bygone Russian space station
Car bomb?
Compete in the America's Cup
Competitor of Dove or Camay
Crew's control?
Ed of 'Lou Grant'
Enclosure with a MS.
Fit to be tried?
Foolish person, slangily
Frank of the Mothers of Invention
Funny DeGeneres
Garbo of 'Mata Hari,' 1932
Genetic letters
German river in a 1943 R.A.F. raid
Hi-___ monitor
In regard to
Iron Man Ripken of the Orioles
Like winters in the Arctic
Make the cut?
Med school subj.
Model Banks
Morays, e.g.
More profound
Mother of Castor and Pollux
NNW's opposite
Not loco
Old letter salutation
One who indulges too much in the grape
Opposite of 'At ease!'
Pan-cooked brunch treat
Part to play
Peruvian peaks
Place for eggs
Play by George Bernard Shaw
Play with, as a Frisbee
Prepared to pray
Prop for Picasso
Put aside for later
Question after the fact
Relatively low-temperature star
See 48-Down
She requested 'As Time Goes By'
Snooped, with 'about'
Star Wars program, for short
Star's entourage
Stick in one's ___
Superman's symbol
Takes care of all possibilities
The 'U' in B.T.U.
U.N.C.'s athletic org.
When a plane is due in: Abbr.
Where Bangor is
Where streets intersect: Abbr.
With 1-Across, infamous Ugandan dictator
Words after '... as long as you both shall live?'
___ Aviv
___ forth (et cetera)

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