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New York Times crossword of April 7th, 2015 other clues
Some digital clock readouts, for short
Sources of heat or light
Spanish New Year
Spare tire contents
Subject of Vogue
Suffix with fool or ghoul
Sugar suffix
That woman
The 'I' of T.G.I.F
Those women of Paris
Toil (away)
Tournament round before the finals
What's held in hold'em
Wolf (down)
___ Cong
___ Strauss & Co
90 degrees from oeste
'Come as you ___'
'Hear, hear!'
'Let's ___!'
'Nothing ___!' ('I refuse!')
'The Bridge on the River ___'
A crowd, they say
Accomplishment for a soprano
Advocating long sentences, say
Anise-flavored liqueur
Anita of 'La Dolce Vita'
Apple since 1998
Aquino's successor in the Philippines
Biblical figure often depicted with a fig leaf
Catchy part of a song
Complete without a break, as a labour
Container for oranges
Counterpart of 'You lose'
Dancer Charisse
Double-clicked images
East Lansing sch
Eastern princess
Ed.'s stack
Edible shell
El Al destination: Abbr
Emulate Bing Crosby
Existential uneasiness
F.B.I. employee
Find childishly amusing, say
Foreboding sign
Hot drink sometimes served with nutmeg
Lawman Wyatt
Layer in the stratosphere
Leader of the Transcendentalism movement
Left slack-jawed
Lennon's love
Less likely to waver
Like candles
Log splitter
Low-lying area
Many an Abercrombie & Fitch employee
Nutmeg, e.g
One-trillionth of a kilo
Oscar winner Berry
Parapsychologist's study
Petite sweet treat
Platforms for medal winners
Possible score before a service break
Pre-engagement purchase
Robitussin or Vicks product
Say 'Take out the garbage' again and again, maybe
Slangy denial

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