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New York Times crossword of March 28th, 2006 other clues
Flynn of Hollywood
Follow-up to a curtain opening
Geometric calculations
Going ___ (fighting)
Halloween purchase
Historic periods
Hosiery shade
In limited supply
Indian prince
It pounds the pavement
Kick off
List-ending abbr.
Lodge brother
Make sour
Meadow singers
Metal coating
More or less, slangily
Not just handed to
Old White House nickname
Opening necessity?
Part of many a garden center
Plots of land
Polo alternatives
Prototype circuit device
Put off, as a motion
Request of a barber
Romulus or Remus
San Antonio player
Sherman ___, Calif.
Singer John
Spot for doodles
Thomas of 'That Girl'
Totaled, as a tab
Totally wasted
Underlying principle
Up until
Warm-up exam for H.S. students
Weight of a container on a scale
Welcomes at the front door
What a gang protects
___ ray
'___ 'nuff!'
'Hop aboard'
'I'm not signing'
'Sometimes you feel like ___'
'Think' sloganeer
'Yeah, sure!'
1987 Beatty bomb
A slang term for this starts 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 28-Down
Actor Gregory of 'To Kill a Mockingbird'
Apple or pear, e.g.
Babysitters, typically
Bar mitzvah dance
Believers: Suffix
Big rig
Broadway's 'Sweeney ___'
By the book
Bygone Eastern rival
Call to a basketball referee
Cartoon duck
Count (on)
Destroy, as classified documents
Ending with pay
Epitome of redness
File's partner
Floor covering

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