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New York Times crossword of April 30th, 2014 other clues
Fit nicely
Flying Cloud of autodom
G.I. morale booster
Garden ground cover
Gate posting, for short
Hairpin, e.g
Heathen's figurine
Home to most 11-Down
Honda line
Ketchup is one
Large item in Santa's bag, maybe
Like a well-kept lawn
Like Muddy Waters's music
Like Ogden Nash's verse
Lira spenders
Locale for a hammer
Loud kisses
Marathon markers
Milo of 'Ulysses'
Movies, TV, hit songs, etc
Nutritional figs
Online music source
Palindromic man's name
Part of a car alarm, maybe
Peeples of 'Fame'
Player of the hot-tempered Corleone
Poison ___
Post-Trojan War epic
Pulls (out)
Puzzlers' direction: Abbr
Rubber ducky's spot
Rug rat
Rx-dispensing chain
Seed covers
Singer who's the subject of Carl Perkins's 'The Whole World Misses You'
Sitcom set at a Vermont inn
Soul mate?
Stick in a purse, maybe
Subway handful
Superhero ally of Commissioner Gordon
U.S.N.A. grad: Abbr
Wee bit
Winning advantage
___ Wayne, a.k.a. 47-Down
'Two Women' star, 1960
'-zoic' periods
'Fierce working-class domestic goddess' of a sitcom
'Going Rogue' author
'The signature of civilizations,' per Beverly Sills
Aimée of 'La Dolce Vita'
Antiriot spray
AOL, for many
At the ready
Award for 60-Across for her role in 'Two Women'
Bada Bing!, on 'The Sopranos'
Ball belle
Be a nag
Be nosy
Belly button type
Break down, in a way
Close one
Colorful parrots
Comparable to a beet?
Copy, for short
Coral ring
Dark purple fruit
Doggie bag item
Draws upon
Early tie score
Epic battle in technology ... or a hint to four crossings in this puzzle
Escort's offer
Ewers' mates
Fabergé coating

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