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New York Times crossword of March 30th, 2018 other clues
Spike
Strict, demanding parent
Stupid
Style setter?
Summer drink with caffeine
Terror in Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Lost World'
Thunderous sound
Tie-breaking shots in soccer: Abbr
Tom of old late-night TV
Toshiba competitor
Ubiquitous Chinese character
With the bow, in music
___ chain
___ tide
'Ain't that somethin'!'
'100 Years ... 100 Movies' org
'Enough!'
'And I get dumped on again'
'God created ___ so that Americans would learn geography' (line attributed to Mark Twain)
'I won't be back till late'
'Jeez, that's a shame!'
'No bet,' in poker
'Works every time'
'Your Love Is King' singer, 1984
'Your work inspires me'
A rutabaga is a cross between a cabbage and this
Asia's ___ Darya River
Backspin producer?
Broadside, maybe
Businesses often near beaches
Chicago airport code
Choppers
Committed
Common ingredient in baked beans
Cousins of Drama Desk Awards
D.O.J. branch
Doctor's wear
Does some diamond cutting?
Egg warmer
Essayist's writing
Ethel Mertz, on 'I Love Lucy'
For three: Fr
Hammer's end
High-profile merger, e.g
Hit 1970s sitcom
It may pack a punch
Italian poetic form
Jell-O maker
Jerk
Just what the doctor ordered
Like a three-pitch inning
Like many Christmas traditions
Like some jacket hoods
Like some reactions
Low-lying areas
Most-applied-to school in the U.S
Nikon competitors
Offshore
Pavarotti standard whose name means 'My Sunshine'
Plant from another country
Preceder of first
Refuse to drop
Riles
Safe place to crash
School cafeteria food, stereotypically
Slithery
Some of Lockheed Martin's business

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