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New York Times crossword of April 9th, 2010 other clues
'As You Like It' servant
'Everybody Loves ___' (Johnny Cash title track)
'Original father of harmony,' per Beethoven, briefly
100 centimes
1970s kidnapping grp.
A bee may be on it
Alternative to alternative
Antony's love
Capital on Gulf St. Vincent
Catering hall sights
Changing places with swimmers?
Chicago Sting's org.
Court figure
Drink in a sippy cup
Fighting something, say
Flimflam's antithesis
Floating brown algae
Flower-scented refresher
Former Ecuadorean money
Gets information from, in a way
Grayish brown
Group in the Bogart film 'Black Legion'
Guest in a library
Hanna-Barbera productions
He wrote 'I will show you fear in a handful of dust'
Heavenly neighbor of Scutum
Historical region on the Strait of Dover
Hit from the 1997 album 'Surfacing'
It flows through Knottingley
It's noble
Like jerky
Like some cheap mdse.
Like some thoroughly examined passages
Locale of the radial notch
Longtime battler of the Mongols
Lyricist Dubin and others
Minor accident results
One way to take back one's words?
One who used to go clubbing?
Opera character who sings 'Eri tu'
P.D. personnel
Pet problem
Phenomena after retiring
Production team?
River past Solothurn
Second-century year
Sign of availability
Snipe, e.g.
Some vintage clubs
Something that's the most luxurious of its kind
Support at the top?
They utilize high bands
They're often needed to go clubbing
They're often volcanic: Abbr.
Transformer, e.g.
What a priest may say shortly after waking up
Where semis aren't typically seen
Word with pain or treatment
World leader whose full name included Abdel twice
Writer who created Shrek

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