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New York Times crossword of April 8th, 2007 other clues
Circus props
City on Lake Victoria
Comedic spiel
Condition of the 85-Across
Course option
Court marshal
Cry of relief
Cut (off)
Delivered a stemwinder
Dementieva of tennis
Dial-up alternative, for short
Diana on the cover of 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'
Dorm leaders, for short
Dropped from the galleys
Fancy homes
Flee like mice
Flip out
Flute parts
French textile city
God who cuckolded Hephaestus
Hamburger shack?
Heads to Harvard or Georgetown, maybe
How Peter denied Jesus
Howe in the National Inventors Hall of Fame
Impression of Count Dracula?
Indian state
Israeli political leader Peretz
It begins here
It may be polar
It often features the quadratic formula
It's blown
Piano's counterpart
Place to keep toys?
Plant sci.
Pommes frites accompanier
Portland college
Pot builder
Puppeteers Bil and Cora
Put (down)
Quadrille designs
Real downer?
Really big
Reddish gem
Reverse mantra of 'The Shining'
Rink athlete, informally
Round window
Rude character
Saloon habitués, slangily
Salt agreement?
Seating areas
Second-largest city in Ark.
Secondary competitions, in some tennis tournaments
Seesaw, e.g.
Serpentine signal
Sharp fellow?
Smell ___
Snowboard alternative
Solitaire measure
Some gowns
Some toll units
Something that goes for a quarter?
J.F.K. alternative
Lack of gravity
Leaf pore
Let out
'A Different World' actress
'Assuming it's O.K. with you ...'
Like some stars
'Don't fight'
'Gold' Fonda role
'Six Degrees of Separation' playwright
Like Van Buren's presidency
'The Trouble With Harry' co-star Edmund
Mâcon's river
123-Across or 96-Down?
Make rough
127-Across or 91-Down?
Maker of the game Dart Tag
1994 film with the tagline 'Get ready for rush hour'
Makes a special invitation?
23-Across or 19-Down?
Months after Tebets
24-Across or 5-Down?
Most drunken
A heart often has one
Neptune's closest moon
Actress Andersson of 'I Never Promised You a Rose Garden'
Nobel laureate between Hesse and Eliot
An Ivy, briefly
Norse war god
Ancient deity mentioned 39 times in Allen Ginsberg's 'Howl'
Not camera-ready?
Big Southern department store chain
Not final, at law
Boarders board it
Not forgotten
Of yore
Old five-franc pieces
Bordeaux wine
On ___ (raging)
Once across the Rio Grande?
Box ofc. buy
One-eyed leader
Opposite of protruding
Candy bar fillings
Original finish?
Caravaggio's 'The Sacrifice of ___'
Outlaw Kelly
Cause of an explosion
Cereal toppers
Oxford lengths
Chaise place
Chinese bloomers
Person behind bars?
Spanish sky
Starbucks order
Subj. of a library in Austin, Tex.
Tabasco and others
Texas metropolis nickname
The Marx Bros. left Paramount for it
Threw out, as a question
Tie indicator
Transfer ___
Trig ratios
U.K. record label
Undying flower
Unification Church member, slangily
Vandeweghe of the N.B.A.
VX, e.g.
Wasn't straight
Wedded couples
Welcome words to a hitchhiker
What goes in your nose to make noise?
Words before roof or flag
Worth having
___ Problem of celestial mechanics

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