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New York Times crossword of March 11th, 2001 other clues
'Aunt' with a 'Cope Book'
'Citizen Kane' studio
'Drums Along the Mohawk' author
'Rock 'n' Roll Is King' rockers
'Sit' follower
'___ du lieber!'
11,000-ft. high smoker
1983 Woody Allen role
24 minutes, maybe
75 shares, e.g.
A law ___ itself
African families
Airborne defense?
Avoided extinction, perhaps
Barley beards
Beta carotene sources
Betray, in a way
Biform beast
Big ___
Blanchett of 'Elizabeth'
Blues guitarist Harvey
Board member?
Bookstore section
Bordelaise ingredient
Brewery stock
Brings in
Cakes with kick
Cartoon ape of 60's TV
Casa chamber
Child actor's biggest fan, perhaps
Choice word
City southeast of Turin
Closet eater?
Community along Ventura Blvd.
Cry of epiphany
End of the quip
Event for 56-Across
Faint sound?
Famed Rio beach
Fast-food chain
Fawning one
Fed. funder
Fed. funds
Ferret out
Figure in a pickup line?
Fix a flat?
Follower of Daniel
Fringe benefit
Gaping hole
Gas used as an anesthetic
Georgia's state tree
Getty Center architect Richard
Grant an appeal, perhaps
Hegelian article
I, O or U, but not A or E: Abbr.
Irving's ___ Meany
It helps many machines run
It may be difficult to drive in
It may be underfoot
It may bring down the house
It may light your fire
It's full of drafts
J.F.K. sight
Jerome Robbins's 'Dances ___ Gathering'
Les oreilles are attached to it
Like clown faces
Like Liz Taylor's eyes
Like some drinks
Like some proportions
Maid on 'Will & Grace'
Make ___ dash for
Making no value judgments
Mass-wedding chorus
Meters and liters
More exquisite
More than self-confident
More verdant
Most spare
Neighbor of Lucy and Ricky
One may consider all the angles in it
Opera set in Cyprus
Out of it
Pedigree figures
Prepare for a sale, say
Pueblo in northern New Mexico
Quip, part 2
Quip, part 3
Refuse receptacle
Sculpting medium
See 67-Down
Sentence division
Set apart
Sheet music abbr.
Short end of the stick
Shows subservience
Signature piece?
Sleep lab subject
Something that may be busted
Speaker of the quip
Start of a quip
Sunscreen compound
Symbol of hope
To be specific
Turandot's test
Verse form invented by Archilochus
Vietnamese currency
Waltz finale?
Warm welcomes
Way to drone
When doubled, a dolphinfish
When tripled, a war film
With 79-Down, something to do in the yard
Wolf down
___ concours (not competing)
___ many words
___ Park, Calif.

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