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|New York Times crossword of March 10th, 2012 other clues|
|'24' actress Cuthbert|
|'Burning Giraffes in Yellow' painter|
|'But men are men; the best sometimes forget' speaker|
|'Jelly Roll, Bix and ___' (1994 history of early jazz)|
|'This Week at War' airer|
|'You have been ___'|
|1940s-'50s tough-guy portrayer Dennis|
|Ancient Mycenaean stronghold|
|Brought up incessantly|
|Choose not to mess with|
|Compounds found in wine|
|Crumbled ingredient in 'dirt pudding'|
|Cylindrical vessel with a flat bottom|
|Drinking to excess|
|Gandalf the ___|
|Items found in jackets|
|Lamb's '___ From Shakespeare'|
|Lead role in 'Miracle on 34th Street'|
|Mineral found in igneous rocks|
|One attracted to vinegar|
|One held in a trap|
|Part of a timing pattern on a football field|
|Pointed, in a way|
|Robert who won Oscars for both writing and directing 'Kramer vs. Kramer'|
|She bests Sherlock in 'A Scandal in Bohemia'|
|Some movies on TV are shown in it|
|Subjects of many notices stapled to telephone poles|
|Takes the big cheese down to size?|
|Took a mulligan on|
|TV golf analyst who won three Masters|
|Two stars of 'Paper Moon'|
|Typical lab rat, e.g|
|Way to serve vegetables|
|What tickets may get you|
|When the O.S.S. was formed|
|Winners of the longest postseason game in major-league history (18 innings, 2005)|
|Written between two rows of text|
|___ of Denmark (James I's queen consort)|
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