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New York Times crossword of March 2nd, 2011 other clues
Over, in Oberammergau
Person who uses a sleeve for a napkin, say
Pitcher-turned-sportscaster Hershiser
Power failure
Purpose of an ode
Sawed logs, so to speak
Short stop?
Slips up
Sound
Spanish eye
Strings at luaus
Striped swimmer
Super Bowl XLV M.V.P. Rodgers
Swiss who pioneered in graph theory
Tapenade ingredient
Teem
The Minutemen of the 1-Down
They travel down fallopian tubes
Triangular traffic sign
Truckload
What an accused perpetrator needs
Worked at home?
'Return of the Jedi' tagline?
'Back to the Future' tagline?
'Carmina Burana' composer
'Dancing Queen' group
'Michael Collins' actor
'No way, laddie!'
'Taxi Driver' tagline?
'Titanic' tagline?
Actor/composer Novello
Aptly named fruit
Archaic
Bailiwicks
Band of geishas?
Big do
Bikini, for one
Bumps hard
Buy-now-pay-later arrangement: Abbr.
Bxe5 or 0-0-0, in chess
Cat's tongue?
Cavaliers, on scoreboards
Cincinnati sitcom station
Corp. money execs
Cousteau's milieu
Dix halved
Down-to-earth
Dregs
Dreyfus defender
E-mail from a Nigerian prince, probably
Figure out
Fired
G.M. brand discontinued in 2010
Geller with a spoon-bending act
Grammatically dissect
Gung-ho
Have a cow
Honshu metropolis
I.B.M. competitor
Ignore the cue cards, say
Inscription on a Wonderland cake
It may hold your horses
Je ne sais quoi
Kwik-E-Mart owner on 'The Simpsons'
Like most runs, in baseball
Like the Aramco oil company
Lipinski leap
Manitoba native
March Madness org.
Marlon's 'On the Waterfront' director
Mesopotamia, today
Microwaves
Mountain airs
Naval V.I.P.: Abbr.
Needing nourishment
Only patron on 'Cheers' to appear in all 275 episodes
Org. in a 1955 merger

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