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New York Times crossword of April 1st, 2006 other clues
#4, once, in Boston
'Hold on!'
'Suppose …'
'Trust ___' (1937 hit)
'___ the bag!'
Ages and ages
An old Warner Bros. production?
Appear that way
Argentine writer ___ Sábato
Astronaut Collins
Carried away
Coffee-to-go necessity
Delicious but fattening
Do business with
Do, re or mi, in Italy
Dots on a map
Elder, e.g.
First name in humor
Go this way and that
Hit 1986-87 R & B album
How you have to think to solve this puzzle
In eruption
Insect repellent ingredient
It's well-regulated
Kind of card
Kind of patch
Little bit
Ltrs. may be written in them
Map line
Mario Puzo best seller
Milk source
Movie with the opening line 'I admire your courage, Miss …?'
Nice brushes
Nickname for young Skywalker
Not stick out
One of 100 positions
Opposite of 'duh!'
Performed terribly, slangily
Really good one
Reply in a juvenile spat
Request made while pointing at a display case
River that rises in Monte Falterona
Robert who wrote 'The Power Broker'
Row makers
She, in Venice
Sleeveless Arab garment
Sound at a spa
Spills out, in the Bible
Start of an apology
Striped animals
Suffix with planet
Super Bowl souvenir
Tough problem
Try to pick up
Universal competitor
What some of the letters in this puzzle seemingly have
Where Billy the Kid was born, believe it or not: Abbr.
Words of concurrence
Words repeated at the start of the 'Sailor's Song'
___-Ude, Mongolia

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