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New York Times crossword of March 3rd, 2006 other clues
It goes over the wall
Joint part
Julio's opposite
Knights of ___
Means of introduction
Mixer with O.J., popularly
More oozing
Not car-share
Org. with a House of Delegates
Peppermint ___
Plunder, slangily
Shelf material
Sicilian dessert wine
Space Invaders maker, once
Sports stat.
Swedish coins
Title place in a Francesco Rosi film
Travelers' headaches
Trough's opposite
Usually you try to hit yours
Whistle blower?
Word said just before opening the eyes
___ City of book and film
___ friends
'Gremlins' co-star, 1984
'I Remember Mama' aunt
'I won't stand in your way'
'Make yourself comfortable'
'Sailing to Byzantium' poet
'The devil's tools'
1942 Allied victory site
A winner may break it
Almost spills
Ancient writers of hieroglyphics
Attacks from a snow fort, say
Bad thing to be at
Broken up
Calculator: Abbr.
Chicken soup ingredient
Classic subject for rock 'n' roll lyrics
Didn't settle
Ditch with a retaining wall used to divide land
Encourages when one shouldn't
Eustachian tube site
Family name in 'A Tree Grows in Brooklyn'
Food whose name means, literally, 'ring'
Fred's dancing sister
Game piece
Good one
Hit daytime show
In public
___ tho

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