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New York Times crossword of March 29th, 2020 other clues
2007 Shia LaBeouf thriller or a 2008 #1 hit by Rihanna
Bit of raised land
"Eww, gross!"
Someone with all the desired qualities
Applesauce brand
Craving
Not hide one's feelings
Hero of a Virgil epic
Mount ___, much-hiked peak in Yosemite
World Cup cry
Drano component
Kick start?
Introduction
Site for handmade goods
Hopeless from the start, slangily
The circled letters in the first shaded area
Manage to heave the ball before time expires
Fuming state
Substance discharged
Dispense (with)
The circled letters in the second shaded area
Humdingers
Ink container
Title for many a W.H. aspirant
Expert
Went unused
No-frills
Promoter of gender equality, for short
Strike out
Like some tennis shots and most push-ups
Society at large
___ ranch
Paris's Musée ___ (art museum)
Little salamanders
Word in the corner of a TV news broadcast
No-goodnik
Brooks & ___ (country duo)
Man's nickname found in consecutive letters of the alphabet
Pounds
Danish tourist attraction since 1968
Like about half of the OPEC countries
Tone down
Certain colors in printing
Beyoncé's role in 2019's "The Lion King"
Word before phone or book
X
No-goodnik
Vim and vigor
House-elf in the Harry Potter books
Over
One fighting against Thanos
Earnings
Location in the Beach Boys' "Kokomo"
Having as a hobby
Kind of visual puzzle ... or what to do with each line in this puzzle's two shaded areas
Sights in the Jerusalem skyline
___-Tiki
Cousin of Inc.
One of six in Subaru's logo
Direction in a film script
Bit of raised land
Any one of the Magi, to Jesus
Dog days of winter?
Food catcher
Cries of disappointment
Point out
Bit of letter-shaped hardware
Give a talking-to
With full disclosure
___ parm
Sharer's word
Roof part
Somewhat
Supporting
Settled on
"That didn't work!"
Like a pigsty
"Here's the thing ..."
Foul mood
Cartoon character who works at the Krusty Krab
Make heads or tails of a situation ... or an alternative title for this puzzle
What an aglet is for a shoelace
Length of time between noons
Some pain relievers
Article of apparel that's an anagram of other articles of apparel
Job seekers' needs, in brief
The Golden Flashes of the Mid-American Conf.
Jazz's Fitzgerald
Egg maker
Long stretches
Center of an ear
Barbecue applications
Authorized
Binary, as some questions
Brian who created the Windows 95 start-up sound
Time machine option
Superman, for one
State-of-the-art
[Out of nowhere!]
Summer complaint
In addition to
Bit of Q.E.D.
"Leave it be"
Nintendo character with a green cap
___ the Entertainer (actor and comedian)
Company often cited in business studies about disruptive innovation
Tricksy maneuver
Bearded beast
Orange County's ___ Beach
Whistle-blower in 2013 news
Satellite signal receiver
Dresses' upper sections
College town in Iowa
Cherry, for one
Units in linguistics
Home to the Alhambra
Selfish sort
Confused
The invaders in Space Invaders, in brief
Got misty-eyed, with "up"
Free offering from a cafe
Relied on no one else
[That knocked the wind out of me!]
Lazy ___
Lab noise?
Slowpokes
"30 for 30" network
Surgeon's tool
Some coolers
Unfavorable
Part of a mission
Nobel and Pulitzer winner Morrison
Things held up to the ear
A/C spec
Comic book onomatopoeia
Even so
Big whoop
Long stretches
___ bro

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