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New York Times crossword of April 4th, 2018 other clues
Follower of John
Airport info, for short
Nonmetric measure
Mr. ___
Gas option: Abbr
Summertime setting: Abbr
Part of a bottle
Glossy fabric
Certain lily
Supply for Wile E. Coyote
Poker stake
Goes out with
Certain shot in hockey
The Big Easy
Prefix with cultural
Hoses down
Cheesy 1987 thriller?
The CW superseded it
Question for Brutus
Cheesy 1992 military drama?
Times of day in classifieds
Reduce to a pulp
Inexpensive writing implement
Cheesy 1993 legal drama?
Tolkien elf played in film by Orlando Bloom
Result of driving on ice, perhaps
'Pericles, Prince of ___'
It's SE of Penn
Cheesy 2001 animated film?
Typos, e.g
Resuming the previous speed, in music
John famous for 'silly walks'
Cheesy stuff
Valuable collection
Rock that rolls?
Jousters' equipment
Cluster at many a highway interchange
Wall-E's love
Roman moon goddess
Just firm enough
Coach ... or what a coach is part of
Wild equine
Rug you don't walk on
Kind of cuisine with stir-frying
Contents of a vein
Satirist Tom
Leprechauns' land
Curly musical symbol
Acre's land
___ beans
Shenzi, Banzai and Ed, in 'The Lion King'
'Wait a minute ...'
Like the wire in clothes hangers
Custer's 'last' thing
Shouts made with the waving of white hankies
Locale for a bathysphere
___ Brothers, duo who sang 'Wake Up Little Susie'
Dismissive interjection
Singer/songwriter Bareilles
'___ dead, Jim'
Many promgoers: Abbr
Earned a ticket, maybe
___ G, Sacha Baron Cohen character
Skin art, informally
Adjust, as a piano
Mediterranean building material
Editor Bradlee of The Washington Post
Something you might slip on
Aid and ___
Fish with tiny scales
Songwriters' org

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