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New York Times crossword of March 16th, 2006 other clues
'Eso ___' (Paul Anka hit)
'Grand' brand
'That'll show him!'
Arctic exclamation
Asian capital whose name means 'place of the gods'
Auditing org.
Booker, at times
Card game without 8's, 9's and 10's
Casual greetings
Coast-to-coast hwy.
Discrimination against a majority
Endangered antelope
Eyeball benders
Film lead-in for Cop
Future atty.'s hurdle
Granola grain
Grant portrayer in 1970's-80's TV
Heineken, e.g.
Hit sign
Home equity conversion
It may cause a breakdown
Shark rival
She, in Italy
Shield border
Sits for a shot
Something in the air
Stage actress Caldwell and others
Stand at home?
They can carry a tune
Thrown in the air
Watch part
Web surfer, e.g.
What mirrors show
Kicking dance
Kind of consciousness
Kingdom in a 1951 Broadway musical
Lay off
Letter that's not really at the end of the Greek alphabet
Like some church matters
Love letter salutation
Low pitch
Make it while the sun shines
Manipulative technique
Middle name of The King
Minnesota twin?
More lustrous
N.S.A. headquarters near Baltimore
National, previously
Nelson Mandela's native tongue
New Zealand native
No pro
Novel that begins 'Stately, plump Buck Mulligan …'
Over and over
Parks of Alabama
Play alone
Put through a sieve
Puts forth
Rapper who co-founded Roc-a-Fella Records
Red Sox fans' slogan until 2004
Rhyme scheme of the 'Rubáiyát'
Richie's mom, to the Fonz
Rosemary and sage
San Francisco's ___ Buena Island
Search-by-definition tool
'Dallas' mother

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