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New York Times crossword of April 3rd, 2012 other clues
'60s teach-in grp
'Likely ___!'
Always, in sonnets
Amo, ___, amat
At present
Batter's datum
Bette Midler film loosely based on Janis Joplin's life
Big weight
Bones below the tibia
Bratty, say
Campers' lightweight cover-ups
Catherine who was the last wife of Henry VIII
Causes of end zone celebrations, for short
Chose, with 'for'
Coffeehouse server
Come to pass
Components of scores: Abbr
Disney-owned cable broadcaster of game highlights
Eater of lean, in rhyme
Feature of a gladiator sandal
Film director Lee
Fraternity 'P'
French pronoun
Fresh, in an impolite way
Gathering clouds, e.g
Gives a darn?
Gross out
Gymgoer's pride
Hangman's halter
Home of the Cowboys, informally
How some professional services are offered
Hump day: Abbr
Instructor's charge
Knight, to a damsel
Lawyer: Abbr
Like the bathroom after a hot shower
Missouri river to the Missouri River
Modern sight on many an Indian reservation
Morning times, for short
Mosquito Magnets and flypaper
Narrow cut
Nubby fabric derived from a cocoon
Old Volkswagen seven-seater
One of several on a French door
Opposite of old, in Germany
Punxsutawney ___ (Groundhog Day celeb)
Put into service
Quick summaries
Restaurant chain with syrup dispensers on every table
S.&P. 500 listings: Abbr
Second wife, to the hubby's kids
Sermon server
Shawl or stole
Six-foot runner?
Snack chips made from corn
Source of the headline 'World Death Rate Holding Steady at 100 Percent,' with 'The'
Spirit of a culture
Top prize in the Juegos Olímpicos
Tough guys
Vital fluid
Whistles of relief
Winter forecast
Withdrawal's opposite
Words from an aspiring fiancé
Working components of an engine ... or what the ends of 18-, 23-, 34- and 47-Across are?
___ Club (Costco competitor)
___ von Bismarck
___.com (urban myth debunker)

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