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New York Times crossword of April 11th, 2014 other clues
'Gracious me!'
'... and who ___?'
'3 O'Clock Blues' hitmaker, 1952
'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' for one
'Christians Awake,' e.g
'Girls' home
'Obviously ...'
'Star Wars' villain name
Address found online
Alternative to cords
Asian path
Big Apple neighborhood next to the Bowery
Blew out
Bowls, e.g
Celebration of the arrival of spring
Century starter?
Completely safe, as a proposition
Daddy Warbucks's henchman
Eastern hereditary title
Foe of the Vikings
Head of the Catholic Church when Luther's '95 Theses' was posted
High beams
High-level appointee
Hog roasting locale
Home of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
It has all the answers
Leaves of grass
Like prosciutto
Like some details
Line outside a club, maybe
Maddeningly surreal
Matt's onetime 'Today' co-host
Mauna ___
Millionaires and billionaires
Model introduced in the 1990s
Network connection
Ones unlikely to drag their feet
Order of ancient Greeks
Orders in a restaurant
Pair of Dos Equis
Part of a moving cloud
Part of a TV archive
Particle ejected from an atom during ionization
Planet whose inhabitants age backward
Rapper ___ Blow
Rid (of)
Routing aid: Abbr
Runs the show, for short
Semaphore signals, e.g
Some adoption candidates
Something in that vein?
Target of a 1972 ban
Theodore Roosevelt's domestic program
There might be a battery of them
Things worn at home?
Took in
Tour parts
Uses, as a chaise
Way over the top
___ Ruess, lead singer of Fun

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