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New York Times crossword of March 4th, 2018 other clues
'Park it'
Droid with a holographic projector, informally
'No ___'
Edamame source
'The 15:17 to Paris' director, 2018
Endorse digitally
Enthusiastic consent
'The Walking Dead' channel
Equally pensive?
'Walk Away ___' (1966 hit)
Fancy soirees
'You follow?'
Film for which Adrien Brody won Best Actor
'___ autumn, and a clear and placid day': Wordsworth
First weapons used in a knife fight?
'___ calling'
Flirtatious quality
'___ Just Not That Into You' (2009 rom-com)
Foldable beds
1980s-2000s Texas senator Phil
Food truck menu item
Advance look, say
Astronauts Bean and Shepard
German border river
Golden State, informally
Alternative to café
Handholds while slow-dancing
Assails with emails
Bears ___ (national monument in Utah)
Hawthorne heroine
Beginning of the German workweek
Headey of 'Game of Thrones'
Beyond passionate
Horror, e.g
Blood type modifier, for short
Important but sometimes ignored piece
Break down, in a way
Irish 'John'
Island veranda
Jungian souls
Canada's largest brewer
Katey who played Peg Bundy
Catch in 'The Old Man and the Sea'
Ketel One rival, familiarly
Celebrated boxing family
Kind of lily
Clair Huxtable or Peg Bundy
Last Chinese dynasty
Commit a peccadillo?
Lean fillet, as of lamb
Cossack weapon
Lessens in force
Crash into the side of, informally
Like chimneys
Daschle's successor as Senate majority leader
Mag featuring 'Fun Fearless Females'
Demi with the 2012 hit 'Give Your Heart a Break'
Disney bear
Martial art with bamboo swords
Do with a pick, maybe
Messenger ___
Doesn't pay
Metaphoric acknowledgment
Drama with many fans
Michael who wrote 'The Neverending Story'
Mo. with Constitution Day
The Beatles showing absolute amazement?
Nonprescription, briefly
The night before, to a hard partier?
Not be serious
The Police frontman filming a shampoo commercial?
Not tricked by
The Theme Park Capital of the World
Things that clash in Washington
Old record co. conglomerate
One releasing a dove in the Bible
Title family name in old TV
One seeing ghosts
Tridactyl birds
Out of control?
Oxygen-reliant organism
Tying packages, securing helium balloons, etc.?
Part of E.S.L.: Abbr
Verdant spot
Parts of math textbooks
Waste receptacle
Pauses for service
When duelers may meet
Perform the hit 'Things I Should Have Said'?
Where Napoleon died in exile
Performance for which one might grab a chair
Pet portal
Post-op stop
Woodland god
Pouty exclamation
Yoga pose
Pursues, as a hunch
___ long way
Quaint dismissals
___ track
Rap sound
Salon offering, familiarly
School closing?
Selling point
Shared values
Shoot off
Showed shock
'Heaven forbid!'
Snapchat posting, for short
Snapped out of it
Surprising group of suspects?
Symbol over 9 or 0 on a keyboard, for short
'Baby, baby, baby!'
Take with force
Tech news website
The 48th star

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