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New York Times crossword of March 16th, 2019 other clues
Extractable resource
Something San Francisco was known for in the 1960s
Things on a bucket list
Make final preparations?
Put forward
Place next to a pulpit, often
Best effort
Statewide call, maybe
Strays
1980s spinoff of "The Dukes of Hazard"
Vatican money, once
Like shellfish
Outback predator
"Ta-ta!"
Trip guide
Everglades deposit
Popular U.K. tourist attraction
First name in children's literature
Midcentury year
Coin with a map on its reverse
Dog that often has shaved hindquarters
Huge transfer from one computer system to another
Metaphor for overnight success
Blend flavored with bergamot
Singer nicknamed "The Jezebel of Jazz"
Boxer who retired in 2017
Titan or Atlas, for short
Luxury hotel amenity
Overly dry, perhaps
Collector's item?
Rick who starred in "Little Shop of Horrors"
Lose at a gaming table
Advise
"___ and Abner" (old radio show)
Eliza Doolittle, to Henry Higgins
Cell, in Britain
Inexplicable skill
Band that composed the soundtrack for "Risky Business"
Subjects in paleoclimatology
"White Noise" novelist
Put up with put-downs, say
Evening engagement
Shoe style
Parts of pounds
Up to no good
Board at a station
Phenomenon associated with the Southern Oscillation
It comes in cartridges
Rural husband in a 1940s-'50s film series
Grp. with the motto "Deo vindice"
Motes
Accessory for many a telecommuter
1947 Hope/Crosby film
"No question"
Loll around, in slang
Job experience?
Certain
Three-time All-Star outfielder Lemon
Liquefy, in a way
Price abbr.
One making a delivery
River whose source is in Staffordshire
Person who's on a roll
Comics canine
Loving
Assistant to millions
Army in the field?
Juice brand
Grasp
Amt. often shown in mgs.

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