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New York Times crossword of April 3rd, 2008 other clues
'As a matter of fact, I do'
'Die Meistersinger' soprano
'That's a ___!'
'The White Horse ___' (operetta)
'___ precaution ...'
1980s catchphrase
Accident letters
As required, after 'if'
Baseball cover
Battle site in 'Animal Farm'
Be productive, as chickens
Beloved film character with a tail
Benjamin Harrison's vice president, ___ P. Morton
Big pullers
Bit of force
Car with an acronymic name
Catherine Deneuve was on its first U.S. cover
Central point
Court figs.
Cousin of the bald eagle
Cry just before someone gets some big bucks?
Diminutive suffix
Disqualify (oneself)
Drinks with a spoon, maybe
Eye in the heavens
Food brand whose name is a portmanteau of two state names
Freaked out
Go back
Group assimilated by the Romans
Hill, in Spain
Holy man's title
In a frenzy
It can never come back
It makes livestock go crazy
It may be milked for all it's worth
Its coat of arms features a horseman spearing a dragon
Knife, slangily
Looks unhappy
Made allusions to
Mexican silver dollars
Midmillennium year
Morse T
Mount ___
Old Turkish title
One of the so-called Southern Ivies
One tied for first place
Pens together
Place for grazing
Pol. label
Pond, in Liverpool
Present, as a dessert tray
Range in lipsticks
Retired from a service
Robert of 'Airplane!'
Rouge or noir, e.g.
See 55-Across
Soup or salad ingredient
Speaker's adjunct
Spike TV, once
Spring break?
Surfer's exclamation
Victor Nuñez title hero
W.W. II battleground
Wall St. hire
Whence the line 'Whatever it is, I fear Greeks even when they bring gifts'
With 52-Down, hangs out
___ City, Fla.
___ Kappa Nu (honor society)
___ prima (painting technique)

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