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New York Times crossword of March 26th, 2006 other clues
Flint is a form of it
Formal vote
French film award
Get the better of
Go ___ length
Goes on a spending spree
H, in Hellas
Hamas rival grp.
Hang it up
Having seniority
Hawaiian band?
Here comes the bride
Hero of Tom Clancy novels
How ballerinas dance
Human cannonball's destination
Hyundai model
In addition
Intense, as a gaze
Is an integral part of
It's sought by conquistadores
Jai alai basket
Jeweler's unit
Kipling novel about an orphan boy
Land created by C. S. Lewis
Leafless plants
Like planetary orbits
Litter contents
Low-aimed headlights
'We've been ___!'
'QB VII' novelist
'M*A*S*H' setting
'That's curious …'
'When Paris sneezes, ___ catches cold'
'You know the rest' abbr.
'___ Gets Drafted' (1942 Disney cartoon)
1990's sitcom based on the British series 'One Foot in the Grave'
1996 Olympic gymnast Strug
A one-milligram tablet, compared to a five-milligram tablet?
A waistcoat worn in summer, compared to one worn in winter?
Abbr. on a boiler's gauge
Actor Jared
Stylist's creation
Subject in religion class
Televangelist paroled in 1993
Tennis club teacher
Tennis star with a shaved head
Test for M.A. seekers
They're 'born, not made,' according to an old saying
Toxic compound found in cigarette smoke
Tribe of the Amistad slaves
TV room
Vichyssoise vegetables
Where kroons are spent
White-collar worker?
Winter blanket
Wise actions
Zoot suit hats
___ Ark
___ polloi
___ Stanley Gardner
Actor Omar of TV's 'House'
Actors or athletes
Africa's largest country
Air rifle ammo
Airport checkpoint needs
Attorney's workload
Banshee sound
Big time
Bird on a Kellogg's Froot Loops box
Bollywood film costume
California's Big ___
California, compared to Kansas?
Call's companion
Camcorder brand
Chevrolet sedan
Claim valuables
Cliff's edge
Clinton cabinet member Hazel
Colonial ___ (insurance firm)
Cowbell sound
Crankcase device
Dance to 1920's-40's jazz
Dead heat
Doesn't take a hit
Dog show winners, compared to dog show also-rans?
Dolly of Dollywood
Elevator stop
Employee of M
Fingerboard ridge
Fix up
Fixed course
Military academy freshman
Much-climbed Alpine peak
Musical syllables
Napster downloads
Natl. Adopt-a-Dog Mo.
Naval base?
Novelist Jaffe
One sitting on the porch
Palindromic girl's name
Pass on
Pistol, slangily
Potatoes and cucumbers, compared to apples and eggplants?
Pricey vodka, for short
Priest in 1 Samuel
Protective covering
Pseudonym of musician Peter Schickele
Puerto ___
Pyramus's lover, in myth
Rows on a calendar page
Rulers who inherit their power
Scientist's formulation
Silk undies, compared to cotton undies?
Slash on a scorepad
Small indentation
Some H.S. math
Some Southwest scenery
Spanish city where Seneca was born
SpongeBob SquarePants's pants, compared to Humpty Dumpty's?
Strong suit

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