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Hollywood hopefuls crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 14th, 2005 other clues
'It's no ___!'
'Li'l ___' (Al Capp strip)
'Phèdre' playwright
'The Thin Man' wife
'___ additional cost!'
Actress Hatcher
Ancient Roman censor
And others: Abbr.
At right angles to a ship
Atmosphere, as in a restaurant
Aura being picked up
Baldwin of the silver screen
Chem. thread
Chosen one
Companion of Tarzan
Computer item with a tracking ball
Continental currency
Custer cluster
Daffy Duck or Porky Pig
End of a proof
European car
Father of Seth
Final approval
Folies Bergère designer
For both sexes
For men only
Gillette brand
Horse with a spotted coat
Immature insects
It's good only for its waste value
Jason's ally and lover, in myth
Killer whales
Kind of acid
Kind of history
Like beer at a bar
Meat-packing pioneer
Nigeria's largest city
Not so much
Noted Tombstone family, once
Poetic feet
Pope after Benedict IV
Possibly prompting a reply like 25-, 47- or 62-Across
Problem with an old sofa
Railroad stop: Abbr.
Recur, as arthritis
Rep.'s opponent
Rink surface
River's mouth
Sailor's 'Halt!'
Sheik's bevy
Shotgun shot
Sign of a saint
Sign outside a hit show
Singer Sumac
Slugger Sammy
Son of Seth
Split (up)
State unequivocally
Studebaker's fill-up, maybe
T-bone or porterhouse
Those: Sp.
Toothpaste holder
Toward sunset

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