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New York Times crossword of March 12th, 2001 other clues
'A Confederacy of Dunces' author John Kennedy ___
'As ___ and breathe!'
'Chestnuts roasting ___ open fire'
'Como ___ usted?'
'Dallas,' e.g., famously
'I Love Lucy,' usually
'Roots,' e.g.
'The Murders in the Rue Morgue' writer
'Tinker to ___ to Chance'
'___ Wiedersehen'
Actress Sophia
Actress ___ Dawn Chong
Basic belief
Big rabbit features
Bucks and does
Building near a silo
Charles's princedom
Condition of affairs
Cotton State: Abbr.
Dutch bulb
Eye part
Falco of 'The Sopranos'
Fine fur
Fort Knox bar
Graceland, e.g.
Ill-fated, old-style
India's first prime minister
Italian money
Just in case
Like households after daybreak
London TV inits.
Lopez of 'The Dirty Dozen'
Many a 'Twilight Zone'
Maria of the Met
Middling mark
Modern correspondence
Near ringer
Neighbor of Swe.
Novelist Allende
One causing mayhem
Opening bridge bid, informally
Pen name of Charles Lamb
Poor name for a solid-colored dog
Put on board
Room decor
School in New Rochelle, N.Y.
Shakespearean prince
Spanish gold
Spider's home
Sporting blade
St. Patrick's, e.g.
Summer, in Montréal
Take cover
The Ram
Tom Hanks's escape in 'Cast Away'
Tractor maker
Trickle (in)
U.F.O. crew
Villain, at times
Wagon track
Weekend wear
When repeated, tells all
Winter forecast
Worked in a lumber mill
___ Lee of Marvel Comics

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