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King noted for saying 'How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is / To have a thankless child!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 2nd, 2016 other clues
Muscular Japanese dog
Orchard Field, today
Original 'King Kong' studio
Pasta, apparently?
Philip Morris brand
Politician in charge of pasta?
President Chaim Weizmann was on its first flight
Reunion attendee, briefly
Search all over
Setting for the highest-grossing movie of 1939
Show exhaustion
Some postgrad degrees
Some used cars, informally
Something to kick or break
Sotheby's collection
Spring blooms
Still in the running
Stink to high heaven
Tank unit
The Gem City, so-called because of its sparkling lake
There are three for motion
Tiny amount
Went on a tirade
White House policy chief
Word said with a handshake
Yield, as interest
___ Moines
___-Drive, popular light-powered watch
1996 Gwyneth Paltrow title role
'Am I my brother's keeper?' brother
'Angels We Have Heard on High,' e.g
'Beg pardon ...'
'This won't hurt ___!'
12-point type
Be in hock
Beach resort locales
British poet/critic Sitwell
Broken, as a bronco
Bullring cheer
Cap material?
Card game with pasta for stakes?
Cat's seat, maybe
Certain sax
Circus horn honker
Clobber with snowballs, say
Comfy shoe
Corrida combatant
Cotton candy, mostly
Court figures, briefly
Daughter of 15-Across
Dessert item that was clued as 'Mountain: Comb. form' in old crosswords
Dice tosses
Donald Trump catchword
Early anesthetic
Ending with second or upper
Filled with cargo
Foe of the taxi industry
George whose name is a lead-in to 'film'
Greek figure on many a trophy
Hang in there
Help in a heist
Hole maker
Hunter who wrote 'The Blackboard Jungle'
In the same way
Job at which one excels
Jules Verne captain
Knight's mount
Latvia's capital
Like a neat bed
Looked slack-jawed
Lover boy
Means of transportation in 'Cinderella'
Mentally together
Muppet who speaks in a falsetto

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