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New York Times crossword of March 2nd, 2002 other clues
'Iron John' author Robert
'___ You' (song from 'The Music Man')
1957 Elvis Presley hit
54-Across info
A rosary bead may represent one
Basket weaver's supply
Been abed
Berbick beat him in 1981
Botanical cover
Cardinal with a loop
Causing trouble
Celebrex manufacturer
City in July 1944 news
City on the Merrimack
Communist target
Constitution's home
Dict. shelfmate
Disinclination to change
Finishes, as a project
Fraction of a sen
German diver
Get the big picture?: Abbr.
Hand on a deck
Hoedown moves: Var.
Human Genome Project, e.g.
Ice cream go-with
It can't fail
Jake's love in 'The Sun Also Rises'
Kept up
Kind of relationship
Kvass has it
Less spirited
Liszt's birthplace
Little bit
N.Y. minutes?
Not just short on
Nova, e.g.
Oft-quoted Irishman
One putting stickers on windows, maybe
One with an old school tie
Paneling material
Pasta Bolognese ingredient
Piazza deliveries?: Abbr.
Postwar German chancellor, familiarly
Proclaimed flamboyantly
Put ___ on (limit)
Red giant in Cetus
Register output
Revolutionary capital of New Hampshire
Set shout
Some former lecturers
Start of many place names
Stops using
The N.L. doesn't allow them
There's a holy one every yr.
Treaty inits.
Vice President Tompkins
Wayward offspring
West Flanders resort port
When coins came into common use
Wish list opener
Zorro's daughter in 'The Mask of Zorro'

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