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New York Times crossword of April 13th, 2008 other clues
'... ___ saw Elba'
'50s teen star
'As we have therefore opportunity, let ___ good to all men': Galatians
'Coming Home' co-star
'Do your thing, Jack the Ripper'?
'La ___ Bonita' (Madonna song)
'Once You ___ Stranger' (1969 thriller)
1979 film parodied in 'Spaceballs'
1980s U.N. ambassador Kirkpatrick
9 to 5, e.g.
Actor Bana of 'Munich'
Advent song
Airbus, e.g.
Another, in Andalucía
Apartment 1-A resident, maybe
Asian shrine
Bagnold, Blyton, Markey, etc.
Banana liqueur drink shaken over ice
Broadway Rose-lover
Bruce who played Watson
Bygone map letters
Car financing co.
Cheerful chorus
Chihuahua drink
Child protector?
Classic soft drink
Coleslaw-loving children?
Concerns of someone who's choking?
Crosses the international date line from east to west
Delta 88, e.g.
Diamond center
Do that's picked
Doing the same old same old
Efficiency device
Eucharist plate
Even if, briefly
Find chewing gum under a desk, perhaps?
Former Giants giant
Foul weather condition?
Fraction of a min.
Go on too long
Head of Great Britain
Hefty competitor
Her Royal Daunter?
Highway or Pet lead-in
History chapters
Honshu metropolis
Hook shape
Import tax
In other words
Insertion in an operation
James I and Charles I
Japanese yes
Joint parts
Judy Garland's real last name
Leftover for Rover
Like a relative notified in an emergency, maybe
Magician Henning and others
Magnum ___
March master
Mass. neighbor
Metal refuse
Mid 10th-century year
More than nudge
Nobel physicist Niels
Northeast state of India
Old Norse works
Oral flourishes
Passage practices
Place in Monopoly
Player of filmdom's Mr. Chips
Plume source
Polish Peace Nobelist
Popular pop
Porterhouse alternatives
Postal creed word
Preserves fruits
Prominent Chihuahua feature
Provides tools for, as a crime
Puzzled (out)
Quitter's assertion
Remove by cutting
Rock's ___ Pop
Rolls of dough
Run up
Rx writers
Saloon door sign
Samantha's cousin on 'Bewitched'
Sans a healthy glow
Sci-fi, e.g.
Seals are part of it
Sideless wagon
Some moralizing about getting off a balance beam?
Some NCOs
Something to believe in
Sonata movement
Sophistication of clubs like Sam's and BJ's?
Sounded wowed
Stacking contest cookie
Starfleet V.I.P.'s: Abbr.
Story development
Subordinate person
Suffix with ball
Swiss dish of grated and fried potatoes
Take off, as a brooch
Texas team
Title for Michael Caine
Tommie ___, 1966 A.L. Rookie of the Year
Tongue of Jung: Abbr.
TV host known for his mandibular prognathism
Used a bus, e.g.
Variety show potpourri
Venetian V.I.P. of yore
Wannabe's model
Welsh rabbit ingredient
Where 'I shot a man' in Johnny Cash's 'Folsom Prison Blues'
With all one's strength
Wool source
Word between two surnames
Work measurement unit
Worrisome engine sound
___ nothing
___ while

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