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New York Times crossword of April 5th, 2005 other clues
'Bus Stop' playwright
'Lou Grant' paper, with 'the'
'No way!'
'Peter Pan' pirate
'Right now!'
'Quo ___?'
'The Thin Man' dog
'Vissi d'___'
Ad award
Alley cat, perhaps
Amorphous movie monster
Appear to be
Arcing shots
Author Ferber
Black Sea port
Black-bordered news item
Book collector's suffix
Bridge bid, briefly
Capital of Italia
Cut out
Death, to Dylan Thomas
Deodorant type
Dermal flareup
Fam. member
Friend of Pooh
Gun rights grp.
Hersey's bell town
Hint to the starts of 20-, 27- and 50-Across
His questions are answers
Hobo's ride, perhaps
Hole number
Hydrocarbon suffix
Inn take
Innocent ones
Lamarr of film
Leave speechless
Like a pickpocket's fingers
Like krypton
Loser to R.M.N., 1968
Louisiana, e.g., in Orléans
Mandela's org.
Meg of 'In the Cut'
Mile High City team
Mock words of understanding
Monument of lexicography, for short
Morales of 'N.Y.P.D. Blue'
More up-to-date
N'awlins sandwich
Newsman Jim
Old, to a car buff
One who saves the day
Opposite of 'Out!'
P.T.A. meeting place: Abbr.
Part of a love triangle
Philippine peninsula
Pitched too low
Place for some polish
Poem of Sappho
Porker's place
Prefix with science
Prom night wheels
Resolve, as differences
Rolling in dough
Rte. recommenders
Seal up
Skirt to twirl in
So far
Steams up
Toward the mouth
Wasn't in the black
Western treaty grp.
Where a train pulls in: Abbr.
Within reach

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