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New York Times crossword of April 6th, 2014 other clues
Brick color
Bring on
Brought to tears, possibly
Buyer's final figure
Circus performer Kelly
Clumsy pharmacist, at times?
Current location?
Dieter, at times?
Double-handed cooking vessel
Dress in fancy duds
Dressage rider, at times?
Dual-sport athlete Sanders
DuPont trademark of 1941
Easily misled
Entrance side
Expiration notice
Fall stopper
Farmer, at times?
Flick site?
Flood residue
Florentine dynasty name
French : merci :: German : ___
Fuerza Democrática Nicaragüense member
Fully attentive
Fundamental part
Giants or Titans
Go quietly
Goes to court?
Grant for a filmmaker?
Hamm of soccer
Horatian ___
Illustrations, e.g
Improvisational music
In need of spicing up, say
Indigenous people known for their tattoos
Indonesian tourist haven
Inexperienced shucker, at times?
It's got problems
It's played in ballparks
Job everyone wants
Julio-Claudian dynasty ruler
Less humble
Like some measuring units
London ___ (British Ferris wheel)
Long-eared dogs, informally
Low pair
Lunch spot
Manual parts?
Memo opener
Missile launched at Goliath
Modelist's need
Mud ___ (bottom-dwelling fish)
National Book Mo
New Haven alum
News analyst Roberts
No-limit Texas hold'em player, at times?
Not a single thing?
NPR journalist Shapiro
Offensive line striker
Old cavalrymen
Old-fashioned barber, at times?
One of four in 'As I Was Going to St. Ives'
One of the Allman Brothers
Opposite of smooth
Out of fashion
Overzealous sorts
PC platform of old
People may be down on them
Peridot color
Person getting out of a tub, at times?
Person moving against traffic?
Polluted Asian lake
Porcelain purchase, perhaps
Problematic roomie
Reminiscent of
Right away
Sal of 'Rebel Without a Cause'
Signal that replaced 'CQD'
Sleeping sunbather, at times?
Slurpee flavor
Snowboard relative
Software user's shortcut
Some supplies for Hershey's
Something that may be amalgamated
Sound at a horror film
Spirits in Scandinavia
Stanford rival, informally
String section members
Subject of a van Gogh series
Suffix with social
Supermodel Heidi
Take by surprise
The Harlem Shake or the Dougie
Thing that might decay
Told stories
Took off
Total bore
Tucked away
TWA competitor
Valéry's 'very'
Vehicle on Mars
Viscous substance
Way too thin
West African vegetable
Word on a clapperboard
___ suit
'Time's Arrow' novelist Martin
'Catch-22' profiteer Minderbinder
'Cut that out!'
'Goodness me!'
'Shall we proceed?'
'The Ipcress File' star, 1965
'___ c'est moi'
-- --- .-. ...
1986 girl's-name song by Boston
Answers that may anger
As matters stand
Bearded comic strip bully
Bibliographical abbr
Breaks down

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