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New York Times Crossword March 11 2017 Answers

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  • Uniform
  • “There’s not a ___ can do”
  • Word with family or Christmas
  • Main, say
  • Sculler
  • Wave function denoter in quantum mechanics
  • Some Vietnam War protests
  • Disney’s “___ & Stitch”
  • Corresponding exactly
  • Frat party stunt
  • Suffix in linguistics
  • Popular word game
  • Soap box?
  • Bolt (down)
  • Like Tom Thumb
  • Wired
  • What someone may be holding while waiting
  • Kind of roe
  • What had a double standard in the Bible?
  • Try to win
  • Uniform
  • Ruckus
  • Fashion designer Ecko
  • Traveler to a certain 27-Across
  • Request at the dentist’s
  • “How dare they!”
  • Regret
  • “Apologies”
  • Rushed
  • Rush
  • Red ___
  • Red ___
  • Cut back
  • Snail trail
  • Paragraph in the newspaper, say
  • Look the wrong way?
  • Subject of a cellphone cap
  • Move like a fairy
  • Biological duct
  • Palooka
  • Genre akin to indie rock
  • Fellow
  • Co-organizer of the 1970 Women’s Strike for Equality
  • Modern topic in race relations
  • Sci-fi natives of the planet Kashyyyk
  • Little monsters
  • Programming keyword
  • Longtime TV tavern
  • To whom Durocher was referring when he said “Nice guys finish last”
  • Little wriggler
  • Wise one
  • Go through the roof
  • Where bows may be made
  • It’s described as fine and flakelike in Exodus
  • Piece of glib journalism often written under a tight deadline
  • Theatrical hybrid
  • Insect that’s born pregnant
  • 8, e.g.
  • “Are you blind, ump?,” e.g.
  • Course on courses, for short
  • Tearing up, say
  • Tolkien’s Prancing Pony, for one
  • 3, 4, 5 and occasionally more
  • Opposite of doddery
  • Quite off
  • Lover of history?
  • Field in which a helmet and gloves are often worn
  • Award-winning Cartoon Network series with Finn the Human and Jake the Dog
  • Repeated lyric in the Who’s “Tommy”
  • Twist and turn