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New York Times crossword of March 4th, 2012 other clues
'As good as done'
'Home away from home' grp
'What am ___ do?'
'___ Mucho' (#1 oldie)
1994 biopic
Africa's bygone ___ Empire
Alcohol producer
An elderly woman was having dinner with her husband and was ..
Architect Saarinen
At sea
Australian runner
Baseball manager Ned
Be sociable, say
Beach debris also known as rockweed
Bernese ___
Biblical verb endings
Big Apple baseball name
Big name in makeup
Big shots they're not
Big tug
Blogger's bit
Board that's disposable
Botanical balm
Bowling ball feature
Cairo's river
Card game similar to écarté
Christmas decoration
Clock sound
Colorful moths
Comedian Smirnoff
Comic British character who rarely speaks
Courtroom words
Declined a bit
Deep border lake
Destination NW of LAX
Dinghy duo
Diplomat: Abbr
Dr. Jekyll creator's monogram
Dragon slayer of myth
Former Mercury model
Game cry
Game cry
Game cry
Gaping mouths
Geom. shapes
Gil ___, original lead role on 'CSI'
Grab bag
Grazing ground
Guilty ___
Halftime staples
Her husband asked '...?'
Hit sign
Hops dryer
It's a wrap
J.F.K. transport
Jug part
Knievel feat
L.A. hours
Lacing (into)
Lacking depth, in brief
Let out
Like 14-Down
Like Steve Jobs, e.g
Long stretch
Make some waves
Man with a mission, maybe
Maryland, once
Mazda roadster
Med. plan
Mid 11th-century year
Musical star Paige who played the original Evita
Obsessed about
Old despots
One whose star is dimmed
Pen pal?
Perfect example
Petunia Dursley, to Harry Potter
Pilgrims John and Priscilla
Places to find people lying
Places to relax
Portfolio options, for short
Prayer opener
Printing problem
Pull (in)
Quick end to a boxing match?
Raymond's mother on 'Everybody Loves Raymond'
Reminder of a sort
Sci-fi film with an android named Ash
She said 'After all these years ...'
She, in Siena
Sign off on
Single, say
Skagway locale
Skillful reasoner
Smooth finish
Some royalties
Spanish bear
Squeeze (out)
St. Pete stadium, with 'the'
Stat for Steve Nash
Stick on a table
Sublime, in hip-hop slang
Terse denial
The woman replied '...'
Then he asked 'Or ...?'
Then she remarked '...'
They make 39-Down: Abbr
They sometimes divide neighborhoods
Titan's place
Toboggan ride's starting point
Toe woe
Underwater breathing aids
Virus carrier, maybe
When to tour Tours?
Winner of 2009's Best Supporting Actress Oscar for 'Precious'
With no warmth
Word with free or bound
___ dixit
___ française
___ Grand
___ kiss
___ Minor
___ polloi
___ von Bismarck

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