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New York Times crossword of March 10th, 2012 other clues
'24' actress Cuthbert
'Burning Giraffes in Yellow' painter
'But men are men; the best sometimes forget' speaker
'Jelly Roll, Bix and ___' (1994 history of early jazz)
'This Week at War' airer
'You have been ___'
1940s-'50s tough-guy portrayer Dennis
1942 invasion site
Aeschylus trilogy
Ancient Mycenaean stronghold
Approximately
Brought up incessantly
Choose not to mess with
Circumferences
Compounds found in wine
Crumbled ingredient in 'dirt pudding'
Cylindrical vessel with a flat bottom
Do without
Drinking to excess
Empty space
Fiber-rich fruits
Film genre
Gandalf the ___
Items found in jackets
Lamb's '___ From Shakespeare'
Lead role in 'Miracle on 34th Street'
Light
Madrigal syllables
Mineral found in igneous rocks
More obdurate
Much earlier
One attracted to vinegar
One held in a trap
Opposing
Part of a timing pattern on a football field
Pay back
Pointed, in a way
Possible solution
Quick affair?
Reagan-era scandal
Regular fluctuation
Resourcefulness
Robert who won Oscars for both writing and directing 'Kramer vs. Kramer'
Salon selections
She bests Sherlock in 'A Scandal in Bohemia'
Snide remark
Some movies on TV are shown in it
Square
Stop shooting
Stymie
Superior facility
Surprising revelation
Takes the big cheese down to size?
Terrible #2s
Took a mulligan on
TV golf analyst who won three Masters
Two stars of 'Paper Moon'
Typical lab rat, e.g
Way to serve vegetables
What tickets may get you
When the O.S.S. was formed
Winners of the longest postseason game in major-league history (18 innings, 2005)
Written between two rows of text
Yardbird
___ of Denmark (James I's queen consort)

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