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New York Times crossword of March 29th, 2015 other clues
Go wild
Grp. with a launch party?
Hard and unyielding
Having five sharps
High-tech surveillance acronym
Hold it!
Identical to
Isn't completely truthful
It holds a lock in place
It may be on the tip of your tongue
It might say 'Happy Birthday!'
It's in the 60s
Jeff Lynne's band, for short
Leaves of grass
Less deserving of a laugh, say
Letters after Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's name
Like some titmice
Lines from Homer and Erasmus
Major account
Make the podium
Marie Antoinette, par exemple
Marshy place, perhaps
Maryland's largest city, informally
Mess (around)
More slapstick
Newbie: Var
Novelist McEwan
Old lab burners
Option for a quick exit
Part of a jumbo trail mix?
Patch of land
Photoshop user, e.g
President John Tyler's wife
Projected image
Pub fixture
Put in play
Quaint letter opener
Quiet period
Refrain syllable
Rock singer?
Sealer, maybe
Senator Mike from Wyoming
Sharp turn
Site of a 1776 George Washington victory in the Revolutionary War
Small drums
Some art projections
Some black-tie events
Something you might get a charge out of
Sorry sort
Spiral-horned antelopes
Start to lose it
State on the Miss
Suffered from
Tangerine or peach
They might grab some food before a flight
Thomas Jefferson and Calvin Coolidge, e.g
Tied up
U.K. honour
Vietnam ___
Visibly stunned
Washington post?
Waxing and waning, e.g
Whale constellation
When repeated, a child's meal
When school's open
Will Smith biopic
Wintry mixes
Yadda, yadda, yadda
___ brothers, inventors of the motion picture
___ Fisher Hall, longtime venue at Lincoln Center
___ Hardware
___ Rudolph, U.S. sprinter who won three golds in the 1960 Olympics
___ season
'Me as well!'
'12-Point Type: A History'?
'C'est magnifique!'
'Delphine' author Madame de ___
'In that case ...'
'Is that so?'
'Network,' for one
'No fishing here!'?
'When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of ___': Dale Carnegie
'When I was ___ ...'
1965 hitmakers Dino, ___ & Billy
A minimus is a little one
AAA offering: Abbr
Agent for Bogart's partner?
Ancient Assyrian foe
Ancient Peruvian using Netflix?
Auto pioneer Karl
Bar order that's not drunk
Barely touch, as a meal
Be up
Board's opposite
Bouncer's concern
British racetrack site
Capone henchman
Catholic rite
Cause of a great loss?
China's Lao-___
Classic British Jaguar
Classic theater
Comment to an annoying blackjack dealer?
Dog whose rocket went off course?
Early stone tool
East Coast national park
Egyptian king overthrown in a 1952 revolution
Ending with Vietnam
Exactly 72, maybe
Filmmaker Riefenstahl
First name on the 'America's Got Talent' panel
Fist bump, in slang
Folded like a fan
Force divided by area, in physics

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