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New York Times crossword of March 22nd, 2010 other clues
'There is ___ in 'team''
'Born Free' lioness
'Remember the ___!'
'That's brilliant!'
'The Treasure of the Sierra ___'
'___ a fool to ...'
'___ la Douce'
'___-haw!' (cry of delight)
All around, as on a trip
Applies, as pressure
Bottom line?
Buddy Holly's '___ Be the Day'
Caboodle's partner
Celebrate boisterously
Common cold cause
Contemptuous looks
Danny of 'Throw Momma From the Train'
Dashing actor Flynn
End in ___ (come out even)
Energy inits. in the South
Film critic Reed
First-year players
Follow, as advice
Former Texas senator Phil
German/Polish border river
Get by logic
Guy's date
Heat detector, e.g.
Ho-hum sort
Horse color
Internet connection faster than dial-up
J.F.K.'s predecessor
Kabuki sash
Last words of 'Green Eggs and Ham'
Letter holder: Abbr.
Licorice flavoring
Like Santa's suit after going through the chimney
Money on a poker table
More secure
Move into first place in a race
N.B.A.'s ___ Abdul-Jabbar
Night school subj.
Passover meal
Period of advancing glaciers
Pillowcase accompanier
Pitcher Hershiser
Prefix with skeleton
Recipe amt.
Reverse, as an action
Rice field
Richard's partner in the Carpenters
River of Arles
Roil, as the waters
Scattering of an ethnic group
Seaweed used as food
Sense of self-importance
Sleepless princess' bane
Spanish bulls
Stadium cheers
Stow, as cargo ... or an anagram of the last word of 17-, 35- or 52-Across
Street, in Paris
Suffix with disk
Thesaurus creator
Tiniest drink
Title before Rabbit or Fox
TV show with many doors
Walk a hole in the carpet, maybe
Young and feminine
___ Aviv
___ center (community facility)

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