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New York Times crossword of March 11th, 2009 other clues
'Down with ...!': Fr.
'I'm all ___'
'I, Claudius' figure
'Livin' la Vida ___'
'No doubt!'
'No more for me'
'The Bells' writer
'The Second Coming' poet
'The ___ Love'
*'Star Wars' actress who's a Harvard grad
*Best Actor winner for 'The Champ,' 1931
*Bush cabinet member who resigned in 2006
*Her 'Rehab' won a Grammy for Song of the Year
1957 Fats Domino hit
2005 #1 album for Coldplay
A pint, typically, at a blood bank
Actress Naldi of the silents
Al-Qatif, for one
All day every day
Ancient Peruvian
Artist James
Be biased
Chew out
City on the Rio Grande
Congo, once
Factoid for fantasy baseball
First P.M. of Burma
Friend from way, way back
It's below the elbow
Judging by their names, where the answers to the four starred clues might be found?
Leaves after dinner?
Librarian's imperative
Livia, to Tiberius
Longest-serving senator in U.S. history
Monopoly token
New member of la familia
New Mexico county
Ohio town called the Bicycle Capital of the Midwest
Old pump name
Places for hops
Poet who wrote 'This is the way the world ends / Not with a bang but a whimper'
Prefix with liberal
Pretoria money
Proto-matter from which the universe was made
Real ending?
Relative of a stork
Restaurant offering that might come with a toy
Rob of 'Numb3rs'
Simple quatrain form
Sing ___
Sitcom father of Mearth
Small songbirds
Stereotypically messy digs
Strand material
String after E
Tennis's Ivanovic
Towel off
Wall Street earnings abbr.
Want ad abbr.
Wedding flower girl, maybe
What some amusement park rides have
Worldwide: Abbr.
___ Grand
___ Sea, outlet of the Amu Darya

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