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New York Times crossword of March 5th, 2014 other clues
Aria title that means 'It was you'
Assent on the Hill
Avoid, as a tag
Barely make
Beret-sporting rebel, familiarly
Bottom line?
Bummed out
Conservatory student's maj
Cornell of Cornell University
Create some drama
Cuban salsa singer Cruz
Dictated, as a parent might
Domino often played?
Don of 'Trading Places'
Ear-related prefix
eHarmony users' hopes
Exact revenge
Flying machines, quaintly
Fred and Barney's time
Furrow maker
Glacial ridge
Graph marking
It may be bounced off someone
Kind of mail or bond
Last letter in 'Boz'
Late 1990s fad
Letter starter
Like 'Goosebumps' tales
Like half of all congressional elections
Like Splenda vis-à-vis sugar
Many a noble element
Mark one's words?
Money spent
More than a lot
Move like the Blob
Nancy Drew creator Carolyn
Not just 'a'
Nutrition label units
One of two in an English horn
Out of juice
Phrase that defines (and describes) 18-, 24-, 37- and 52-Across
Plum relative
Popular instant-messaging app
Prefix with mural
Prefix with pilot
Pro that may be replaced by TurboTax
Reference work next to Bartlett's, maybe
Render unreadable, in a way
Roadside bomb, briefly
Rub the wrong way
Satellite broadcasts
Siouan tribesman
Sound from an Abyssinian
Squealed on, with 'out'
Tattoo parlor supply
Terra ___
They have umbras and penumbras
Town with an eponymous derby
Trophy winners
What a gimel means on a dreidel
Wide receiver's pattern
Word often abbreviated to its middle letter, in texts
Words clarifying a spelling
'Ciao, amigo!'
'Cool' amount
'Game of Thrones' network
'Kick it up a notch' TV chef
'Total Recall' director Wiseman
Act the sore loser, say

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