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Thing with a sweet ring to it? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 25th, 2009 other clues
'Hair' song with birthday wishes to a president
'New York, New York' lyricist
'The Great Dictator' Oscar nominee
'The Impresario' composer
'___ of you ...'
1980 Truffaut film that won 10 César awards
1993 N.L. batting champ Galarraga
Act of Supremacy institutor
Alfred ___, 'Footbridge at Argenteuil' artist
Apportionment word
Battle of Cabra victor, 1079
Be enough for
Best Director of 2001
Business school course
Cause of a dry spell in the Midwest
Christian trigram
City east of Saint Lawrence Island
City founded during the Cherokee Strip land run
Coordination, briefly
Desirable trunk feature
Discussion ender
European conductor ___ Klas
Fond of
Food giant based in Springdale, Ark.
Garson ___, writer and director of Broadway's 'Born Yesterday'
He crushed Hannibal at Zama
Health club offering for aerobic workouts
Herd locale
Introducer of the math symbol 'e'
It has a play of colors
It's often seen next to a chair
Itinerary abbr.
Like avocado skins
Like many clerics
Like some seats
Lose it
Most famous resident of Warm Spr., Ga.
Not give way
Of particular interest to a completist
One might create a spread
Orenburg is on it
Passed, as in a parade
Private residence?
Queen for whom an element is named
Quotable types
Relative of alliteration
Runs through a petcock, e.g.
Rwandan people
Setting of Queen Beatrix Airport
Shampoo shelfmate
Shorthand inventor Pitman
Shuttle destination
Something dreadful
Stars play in it: Abbr.
They have big bells
Track asset
Trade, informally
Unagi restaurant suppliers
Vacation spot for some oenophiles
Wear for Peppermint Patty
Who said 'I'll try anything once, twice if I like it, three times to make sure'
___-de-Marne, France

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