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New York Times crossword of March 25th, 2014 other clues
An Obama girl
'Jolly old' fellow
'Rhythm ___ Dancer' (1992 hit by Snap!)
'___, boy!' (cry to Rover)
1/24 of un jour
Access to a highway
Aperture setting
Award for Best New American Play
Bad-mouth
Baselessly off-base?
Big wheel in the cheese world?
Capital of Morocco
Cereal word after Rice, Wheat or Corn
Certain bacteria-fighting drug
Certain sorority woman
Chips Ahoy! alternative
City on Utah Lake
Designer Cassini
Film noir weather condition
Fink
Frisco's state
General Assembly participant, for short
Glitz
Go after
Heart of the matter
Hit that proves 17-/57-Across
In a mischievous manner
Like unwashed hair
Lipton selection
Makeup for the cheeks
Mauna Kea emission
Moldavia, e.g.: Abbr
More than just a five o'clock shadow
Moses' sister
Not pros
Online chuckle
Overhauled
Pedometer wearer, maybe
Perjurers
Personify
Pester
Plant tissue
Pleasingly plump
President pro ___
Pro ___ distribution
Rainbow maker
Roxie in 'Chicago,' e.g
Sam Adams product
Sean Connery, for one
See 17-Across
Serving with a skewer
Setting for Scheherazade
Shake hands with, say
Shakespeare character who says 'I have set my life upon a cast'
Shoe designer Blahnik
Shot that proves 17-/57-Across
Show-starting words
Skip, like the H's in ''enry 'iggins'
Smidgen
Smucker's container
Somewhat, informally
Strand, in a way
Suspect, in police lingo
Swiss peak in an Eastwood title
Tamed animals
Test for future Ph.D.'s
The Arctic, for one
The Beatles' '___ Love You'
TV's '___ Edition'
WIth 57-Across, a die-hard's statement
Yellowish hue
___ of God (epithet for Jesus)
___ of the land

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