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New York Times crossword of April 26th, 2008 other clues
'Lose' at the office
Announcement carriers, for short
Burdens on some shoulders
Cavernous opening
Cell's lack
Center of industry
Cousin of the sandpiper
Crispy Twister sandwich offerer
Croaking flier
Defeats narrowly
Desktop accessory
Douglas is its capital
Ending like -like
Galley output
Gathered dust
Get into it, so to speak
Gila River native
Give a glowing review
Green dragon and skunk cabbage
Gunsmith Remington
High-occupancy vehicles?
Home of 'The Garden of Earthly Delights'
Hydrocarbon suffix
Hyphenated figs.
Indicators of intelligence?
Its currency unit is the ariary
Jazz Age dance
Kind of skeleton or symmetry
Letters on a new car sticker
Like King Kong in New York City
Like Olympic races
Married woman abroad
Max who wrote 'Politics as a Vocation'
More than upset
Navigation abbreviation
O. Henry specialty
Old-style call to arms
One of a pair of biblical brothers
Overseer of some practices: Abbr.
Play for which Julie Harris won the 1952 Tony for Best Actress
Pound sign letters
Process of nature by which all things change
Replacer of the Humble brand in the early 1970s
Response to 'Don't panic'
Small, furry African climber
Some airplane runners
Some like them hot
Something damned with faint praise, in British lingo
Song title followed by the lyric 'Lovers say that in France'
Sounds of feigned sympathy
Summons: Abbr.
Swedish soprano noted for her Wagnerian roles
Syst. of unspoken words
Techie's drawing
Telepathy, e.g.
Time of Ta'anit Esther
Timecard abbr.
Title housewife in an Oscar-winning film
Titular author of two books of the Bible
Winner of six U.S. Opens

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