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New York Times crossword of April 27th, 2003 other clues
'A Hymn to ___' ('My Fair Lady' song)
'Drums Along the Mohawk' hero
'Mayor' author
'Swiss Family Robinson' author
'___ en paz, fierro en guerra' (motto of San Francisco)
'___ expert, but ...'
'___ got a girl for you!'
'___ there yet?'
1949 Robert Ryan boxing film
Acid neutralizer
Acknowledged, but just barely
Actor Auberjonois
Anglican bishop's headgear
At no time, in Neuss
Atelier item
Basketful, maybe
Bathtub item
Battery size
Beacon mounted on a pole
Big recording label
Biological duct
Cable network inits.
Canadian physician Sir William ___
Capital at the foot of the Pichincha volcano
Certain poultry worker
City named for a Union general
Consumed, biblically
Conveyance system, as for water or oil
Cough syrup amt.
Deep black
Dirty look
Downtime, so to speak
Dravidian language
Driver's need: Abbr.
Dutch painter Gerard ___ Borch
European gas brand
Exuberant cry
Finish a mugging
Follower's suffix
Fraternity letters
French aunt
French direction
Ground breaker
Half of Mork's greeting
Hires a new set of employees
Hot stuff
Hot stuff
Initials at O'Hare
Insect's sense organs
Irving Berlin's 'You're Just in Love,' e.g.
It 'goeth its way on triple feet': Aeschylus
It might be perfect
It's about 10 mi. from 53-Down
Japan's emperor beginning 1989
Justice Harlan ___ Stone
Karate instructor
Knickknack spot
Laid off
Let out, as horses
Lets off
Lets off
Like an atrium
Like Jell-O, e.g.
Like some little heads
Like ___ of bricks
List-ending abbr.
Map meas.
Marine snail
Match for una donna
Memphis street
Muslim judge
Name from the Latin for 'nourishing'
Name suffix: Abbr.
Nickname for a gym rat
Ocean swimmer's worry
Old activist org.
Palenque pals
Pants material
Plywood layer
Posting at O'Hare: Abbr.
Prefix with business
Puff up
Rejects, in a way
Response to a minister
Right-triangle leg: Abbr.
Saint who lent his name to a cross
Samuel's teacher, in the Bible
Scholarly writings
Scythe wielders
Shade of brown
Sings like Nat King Cole
Smacking one's lips while eating, e.g.
Some bar features
Something ___ (bride's need)
Start of a J.F.K. challenge
Start of a tryster's message
Stovetop utensil
Stravinsky's '___ for Wind Instruments'
Testifies under oath
The Ponte Vecchio crosses it
Tristram Shandy's creator
Turkish title
TV host with the instrumental theme 'I-M-4-U'
TV-Turnoff Week option
Under a canopy
Update electrically
VCR button
Went quickly
Whence St. Clare
Witty remark
Words before and after 'what'
Yankee Maris, informally
You: Sp.
___ City, Miss.
___ Mahal
___ sort

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