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New York Times crossword of February 17th, 2012 other clues
'Faded Love' singer, 1963
'It'll be O.K.' lead-in
'Lady Baltimore' novelist, 1906
'News to me!'
'Whoa, not so fast!'
'Youth With a Skull' painter
'___ being Brand' (Cummings poem)
1990s Indian P.M
Admirable person
Appear thrilled
Aquila's brightest star
Carpenter's groove
Charges from counsel
Colorful additions to tanks
Computing 0s and 1s
Court defendant: Abbr
Criteria: Abbr
Didn't use a high enough 45-Across, maybe
Drills, e.g
Employees at a ritzy hotel
Eric of 'Funny People,' 2009
Evenly matched
Film with the tagline 'Borat was SO 2006'
Flighty type
Friend one grows up with, often
Graceful fairy
Grain, e.g
Hand holder?
He played Don Altobello in 'The Godfather Part III'
Hillbilly's plug
Is routed by
It's gradually shrinking in the Arctic
It's in front of the cockpit
Kind of nut
Kitchen dusting aid
League division
Lost traction
Milk source
Month whose zodiac sign is a fish
More, to a 37-Down
Name in seven Shakespeare titles
Not pussyfooting
One punched in an office
Outer: Prefix
Part of a long neck
Postapocalyptic best seller of 1978
Prefix with 3-Down
Ray blockage no
Reason for a track delay
Secretive body part
Sense, slangily
Shoulder press target, briefly
Side effect?
Some E.M.T. cases
South-of-the-border bad guy
Stud, say
They may be prayed to in Fr
They might be left hanging
They stand for things
Tummy filler
Two before Charlie
Veers sharply
Where following a star might lead you
Wraps up

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