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New York Times crossword of March 6th, 2016 other clues
Mel Blanc, notably
Metal marble
Modernists, informally
Mound great
Move, informally
Movie co. behind 'Boyhood' and 'Transamerica'
Music appreciation
National alternative
Nike ___ Max
Not follow orders or guidelines
One carrying a toon?
One of two New Testament books
Packers' org.?
Part of a foot
Part of a legend
Pay-view connection
Phony persona
Photographer Adams
Place for plaques
Press (for)
Reached, numerically
Real-time messaging system
Request after a breakdown
Rude thing to drop
Sci-fi race
See 69-Down
See blurb
See blurb
See blurb
See blurb
See blurb
See blurb
See blurb
See blurb
Seedy type?
Senate's president pro tempore after Patrick Leahy
Sharing word
Sides of sectors
Singer Anthony
Some cleaners
Some conversation interruptions
Some electrical plugs
Some newcomers' study, in brief
Some speedsters, for short
Source of iron
Spokesperson in TV insurance ads
Stay here
Sucked dry
Tag end?
Three-time All-Star Longoria for the Tampa Bay Rays
Time remembered
Titania or Oberon, in space
Track runner
Up to, briefly
With 16-Down, what 'stet' means
Years at the Colosseum
___ Empire
___ Jemison, first African-American woman in space
___ Peninsula
___ piccata
Allows in
Always, to Shakespeare
An eternity
Arctic weather phenomenon
Best Foreign Language Film of 2014
Big head
Big name in travel guides
Billionaire sorts
Borah Peak locale
Bro or sis
Brunch pie
Candidate's concern
Christopher ___, tippler in 'The Taming of the Shrew'
City on the Brazos River
Colors 1960s-style
Commander's place
Crashes badly
Cut off
Czech reformer Jan
Daughter of Nereus
Dedicated works
Didn't move
Director Lee
Duchamp's movement
Dumas swordsman
Earthy color
Figure in 'The Garden of Earthly Delights'
First lady before Michelle
First string?
Food for Oliver Twist
'Et tu' follower
'I Wanna Be Sedated' rockers
'Journey to ___,' recurring segment on 'Sesame Street'
'Not ___!'
'___ asking?'
'Scandal' airer
Food safety org
Former NBC drama
Fourth parts in series of eight
Getting ready, with 'up'
Giorgio's god
Greek summit
Hal, to Henry IV
Har-___ (tennis court surface)
He played Bond seven times
Hit 2011 animated film
How to play solitaire
Hunted for morays
Inc. cover subj
It may come in sheets
It may detect a break, for short
It's a wrap
It's good for the long haul
Italian fine?
Jazz (up)
Keyboard abbr
Kind of column
Lascivious sort
Lead-in to care or dare
Lhasa apso and others
Like comebacks?
Like Lhasa apsos
Like polenta
Like some old schoolhouses
Loretta Lynch and Eric Holder: Abbr
Lose, in a way
Lottery winner's cry
Major Italian highway
Manhattan developer?
Many ski lodges

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