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New York Times crossword of April 12th, 2018 other clues
Sports figures
Back-to-school purchase
Overflow points
Hold down
Part of B.P.O.E
Cancer locator?
Image on a soccer jersey
Suffix with duct
Place for a clock or a radio
iPhone 8?
Suffix with freak
Popular TV dramedy based on a Colombian telenovela
Issuer of ukases
Catalina, e.g
The inn crowd?
Post's opposite
Kind of cheese
The United States has a great one
Product advertised with the slogan 'Writes first time, every time'
King in 1922 headlines
TV adjuncts ... or a hint to four squares in this puzzle
Co. acquired by Verizon in 2015
Puppies or kittens
'Gone With the Wind' role
Kipling's 'Rikki-Tikki-___'
Variety of lettuce
Danger for a submarine
Put back
Lab problem
Wee, to a Scot
Delivery specialists, for short
Relative of the Canada goose
Lacking subtlety
'Fat chance!'
Where Flash Gordon played polo
Didn't stay within the lines, say
Ring ... or sphere
2016 comedy that takes place mainly in a supermarket
Leaving for
'Gone With the Wind' role
___ log
Dungeons & Dragons characters
Ritual meal
Rum cakes
2003 Afghani film that won a Golden Globe
Like many roofs
Facetious sign in a lab or office
Setting for Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar'
A little progress, so to speak
Log keeper, maybe
Shelter for a Minuteman
Actor McShane of 'Deadwood'
Metes (out)
Signal a performer doesn't want to hear
Goddess of peace
Actor played by Landau in 'Ed Wood'
Modern communiqués
Slaps on
Native American charm made with a willow hoop
Granite State sch
Actress Stone
Modernists, informally
Nobelist Wiesel
Grim Grimm beast
Open ___
Some gridiron formations
Handful for a pediatrician

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