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|New York Times crossword of March 21st, 2003 other clues|
|'The Red House Mystery' novelist|
|Barrel race participant|
|Doing what needs to be done|
|Early bird's home?|
|East Indian sailors|
|Epsilon ___ (14th nearest star to Earth)|
|In pretty good shape|
|It borders James Bay: Abbr.|
|It merged with Peugeot in 1976|
|Like some shoes|
|The Sage of Concord|
|Their names may start with 'Mac'|
|They just say no|
|Under the table|
|Went wassailing, once|
|William Pitt's purview|
|Words with line, hint or bomb|
|Like some stocks: Abbr.|
|Limp as ___|
|Line on a spine|
|Look upon warmly|
|Loss of speaking ability|
|Mail convenience: Abbr.|
|Makes sacred, in a way|
|Model/actress in 'No Way Out'|
|Old Japanese ruling line|
|One for the money?|
|One running around wildly, maybe|
|Phrase that can precede 11 or 12, but not 13|
|Piccolo player on TV|
|Soda pop, to some|
|Some are cracked|
|Stamps of approval|
|Star who's been in many unions|
|Start of a perplexed person's question|
|Sun Devils' sch.|
|Support, in a way|
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