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New York Times crossword of April 2nd, 2006 other clues
'One never knows, ___?': Fats Waller
'Star Trek: T.N.G.' engineer
'The Old Man and the Sea' catch
'When Schweine fly!'
'Winnie-the-Pooh' baby
40, 60, 75 or 100, commonly
9/11 Commission subj.
Actress Meyers
Actress who starred in two Hitchcock films
Alley Oop's girlfriend
Ape's home
Arriving home after curfew
Austin of TV's 'Knots Landing'
Bach bit
Bar owner's job on 'The Simpsons'?
Baseball scorecard letters
Beethoven symphony
Biased writing?
Bow pro
Burdensome bird
Cartoonist Addams
Cartoonist Hollander
Catalan is its official language
Certain buck
Chaney Sr. or Jr.
Chat room initialism
Comedian Tomlin as a bowler?
Complex part?
Coolidge Dam river
Country with a pentagonal flag
Course for a Maytag repairman?
Destination in the movie 'Dumb and Dumber'
Devoted friend of Greek legend
Didn't break
Distinction, slangily
Doctor's bag?
Door sign
Early bird
Emergency situation
Far from loaded
Fast ___ Felson, real-life hustler portrayed in 'The Hustler'
Forever and a day
French entree
Frost lines
Game sometimes called 'bucking the tiger'
Handles differently?
Heads overseas?
Historic Honolulu palace
Hustler's hangout?
Ibsen's 'Hedda ___'
In the heart of
Indo-Iranian language
It may need a big jacket
It was named for the infant Jesus
J.F.K. advisory
Jared of 'Panic Room'
John Glenn, e.g.
Jolly sounds
Judo ranking
Just so you know
Launch sites ... or crash sites
Lose track?
Marc Antony's love
Mine transport
Mistress of the spirit world?
Moss Hart's 'Act One,' e.g.
Mrs. James Joyce
Mumbled assent
Mutually approve
Nick name?
Nolan Ryan, for most of the 80's
Old global positioning system
One lacking bucks?
One of the Gallo brothers
Onetime capital of India
Oregon's state tree
Ozone layer, for one
Part of the Illinois/Indiana border
Picture on a $5,000 bill
Playground retort
Playroom threat
Prefix with -gon
Prefix with millions
Prepares for a Masters?
Ring count
Robe fastener
Rodents, playfully
Second fiddle
See 93-Across
Shade of white
Shark pools?
Sheriff's badge in the Old West
Shoe specification
Some film ratings
Special request at a shoe store
Stocking stuffers
Storage space
Sweet 16 org.
Take the course
Talk like a baby
The Beatles' '___ Leaving Home'
The folks
The Muses, e.g.
The Pleistocene Epoch, familiarly
There's simply no end to it
Tyler who wrote 'Breathing Lessons'
Unwelcome twist
W. C. Fields affirmative
Warning on court testimony?
Was an Orly arrival?
Well-armed predator?
With 107-Down, Westerner with an oxymoronic-sounding name buried on Boot Hill
Writer Fleming as a two-year-old?
Yevtushenko poem
You can be in it and out of it at the same time
___ Tzu (dog)

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