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New York Times crossword of March 3rd, 2018 other clues
Novelist ___ Neale Hurston
Ending with Oxford or Cambridge
Enlightened sort
Site of a 1974 fight won by 40-Across
One who might needle you?
Band with the monster album 'Monster'
G.I. garb, for short
Org. with inspectors
Men's grooming brand
Become completely absorbed
Goes on
Parmesan alternative
So-called 'Father of Zoology'
Bible supporters, often
Gogol's '___ Bulba'
Philosopher who said 'A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step'
Staples competitor starting in 1988
Brief researcher, briefly
Piece of punditry
Good look
Strike out on one's own
Car lot designation
High-speed inits
Chem. unit
Hot take?
Cinemax competitor
Popular cracker topper
Improvises, in a way
City at the mouth of the Yodo River
Put away
Intel satellites, metaphorically
Way out in space
Co-star with Shatner and Nimoy
Puzzle (out)
Ishmael's people
With 59-Down, spa supply
Common business attire
Questionnaire info
'How rude!'
Kid with a moving life story?
[Can't wait!]
Correction corrections
Real stunner
Like many shorelines
___ analysis
'Further ...'
Lime and others
Dark side
Riesling alternative, familiarly
'The Wire' stickup man
Linda of Broadway's 'Jekyll & Hyde'
Display, as an image, using only a small number of different tones
Ron ___, nine-time All-Star from the 1960s-'70s Cubs
'We're done here'
Many a private investigator
Dramatists' degs
1921 play for which the word 'robot' was invented
Market event, briefly
Email address ending
See 5-Down
1983 #1 hit with the lyric 'Take, take, take what you need'

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