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'The Cloister and the Hearth' author crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 11th, 2007 other clues
'Concord Hymn' writer's inits.
'Me too'
'Put it back in'
'___ Sleep Comes Down to Soothe the Weary Eyes' (Dunbar poem)
A hero might have it
Actor Alan
Actress Lanchester and others
Bad start?
Be listless
Being, to Brutus
Best-selling author Brown
Bird in the 'Arabian Nights'
Bone setters
Box in many homes
Cap sites
Cartoon character with a big nose
Center of entertainment
Channel for debates
Christmas team
Close relative
Cold coat
Computer connection
Correo ___ (airmail)
Corroding, with 'into'
Cry from a balcony
Denpasar is its capital
Did laps
Dijon denial
E.E.C. part: Abbr.
Early Chinese dynasty
Early colonizer of America
Egg holder
End of an estimate
Enemy: Abbr.
Enzyme ending
Fade out
Fast runners
First person indicator
Fix, as a rug
Furry-tailed rodents
Great time
Green 13-Across
Green 55-Down
Green 58-Down
Green 8-Down
Green 83-Down
Green ___
Green ___
Green ___
Green ___
Green ___
Green, for instance
Gremlins and Pacers
His or her, to Henri
Hurdles for high schoolers, for short
Indian tourist destination on the Arabian Sea
It's connected to a boom
Kathryn of 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent'
Kindergarten handicraft
Legless creatures
Like turncoats
Loire laugh
Lot of money
Make messy
Map parts: Abbr.
Marine birds
Measure of light
Mideast money
Mountain view
Mountain whose name in Greek means 'I burn'
N.Y.C. subway line
NASA's ___ Research Center
Natural flavoring
Neat as ___
Neighbor of Lanai
Not overdone
Not think things through first
Off course
Old truck maker
Old TV part
One of the Wright brothers, for short
One-fifth of quindici
Papal court
Part of Dixie: Abbr.
Philosophical study of the universe
Place with a moving line
Points on a scale
Prefix with red
Preparing for shipment
Quarter of a deck
Rat follower
Repetitive musical piece
Sacred chests
Server of Norm, Cliff and Frasier, on 'Cheers'
Ship in 1898 headlines
Skid row sounds
Some M.I.T. grads: Abbr.
Some socials
Spa treatment
Start of a supplication
Start of many a city name
Stomach settler
Storage units
Suffix with ball
Syrian president
Tend to
The sun
The third of September
They're not pro
Those caballeros
Tony-winning actress Martin
Trademarked chilled drink
Trunk lines
Utah city
Verdi's '___ tu'
Word before or after sugar
Year in the middle of this century
Yves's eve
___ Friday's
___ trip

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