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New York Times crossword of March 31st, 2002 other clues
32-Across is part of it
Abbr. before multiple surnames
Algonquian language
Archaeological site
Art store stock
Bad, for good
Be theatrical
Beatle follower?
Black ink item
Brains belong to it
Bread at a meal
Break of day?
By and by
Captors in a sci-fi classic
Chi hrs.
Chill, so to speak
Classical guitar great
Command to Dobbin
Coral producer
Crows' cousins
Dent in a vacuum cleaner?
Dish makers
Doesn't hold up well
Embarkation location
Embarkation location
Emma or Jane Eyre
Entered the picture?
Expense incurred in mailing a handbook?
Film shot at the Olympics?
Finds, with 'up'
Firebox feature
Fireplace fill
Firm symbols
Fleecing target
Flipped (through)
Floor it
Fountain order
Fountain orders
Fountain orders
Frock sporter
Gold Coast locale
Heavy cart
Helios's Roman counterpart
Homestead holder
Hoops legend
Hussein I, for one
In pieces
Item in a smuggler's first-aid kit?
James or Jackson
Jenny with a program
Key abbr.
Key abbr.
Kind of dish
Kind of sandwich
Language of Lahore
Leakey discovery
Least risky
Lewis with Lamb Chop
Lighter alternative
Like best friends
Like L.B.J.
Like some attempts
Mad rush to get out?
Make zero, maybe
Met attraction
Napping, so to speak
Need for a new arrival
Newspaper attention-getter
No longer outstanding, in a way
Not meant to be repeated
O'Hara's portrayer
One going door-to-door, maybe
People who get the last word in?: Abbr.
Performed a canticle, e.g.
Pet pad
Pinup feature
Place for a medal
Prevention measure?
Private area?
Proverb not meant to be repeated?
Punch with a kick
Put forth
Room with a vue
Rubdown at a mountain resort?
Santa Maria wreck site
Santa's reference
Scandal suffix
See 48-Down
See 95-Down
Seek information from
Sew on, e.g.
Shrovetide serving
Site of a noted fossil find
Small round window
Something to follow
Source of a wake-up call
Speaker part
St. ___ (river to the Mississippi)
Stalled driver's request
Stray on the range
Subject of a Congressional committee
Symbol of happiness
Take Alaska off the tour itinerary?
Takes to Sardi's, say
Terminal info
They're given money to waste
Ton, for one
Triumphant gesture
Unsatisfying reply to a question
Wide-eyed Davis
Wise guy
With 40-Across, McMurdo Sound locale
With 67-Down, 'Moonraker' star
Yiddish Mr.

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