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New York Times crossword of March 15th, 2004 other clues
Assist in crime
Australian 'bear'
Bard of ___
Baseball hit just beyond the infield
Big stingers
Bird's home
Bob who lost to Bill Clinton
Bronx cheer
Building beam
Command to a horse
Concert blasters
Cry to a mouse
Defendant's declaration at an arraignment
Deli loaves
Drum accompanier
Egg: Prefix
Eve's predecessor
Fabric colorers
Fannie ___ (securities)
Fateful day in a 20-Across
Fateful day in a 20-Across
Feels no remorse
Fire leftover
Gangster's gal
Golfer Palmer, familiarly
Grows chewers
Hawaiian island
Hotelier Helmsley
Inauguration Day recital
Land next to a road
Land SW of Samoa
Liberals, with 'the'
Long-billed wader
Make a nighttime ruckus
Maximum poker bet
Mix (up)
Moistens with droplets
Not limited to one use
Not so good
Omega's opposite
One who warned Caesar
Opposite of highs
Pays a landlord
Resident near the Leaning Tower
Road section requiring caution
Rudely push
Schnauzer in Dashiell Hammett books
Sp. miss
Syrian president
The 60's or 70's, e.g
Tortilla chip dip
Turn on a pivot
VW predecessors?
___ Lane, admirer of Superman
___ this minute
'The Jeffersons' theme '___ On Up'
'Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!,' e.g
'I get it!'
'Julius Caesar,' e.g
'Mine eyes have seen the ___ ...'
'Roots' author Haley

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