New York Times - Apr 27 2013

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'Allahu ___' (Iraqi flag phrase) AKBAR
'Bless ___' (1941 hit song) EMALL
'Scratch thee but with ___ ...': Shak APIN
'The Producers' sex kitten ULLA
2011 All-Star pitcher Correia KEVIN
Asia Minor, e.g PENINSULA
Beefy Proven├žal stew DAUBE
Biblically named Michigan college OLIVET
Bill starter OPENINGACT
Blouse with a sailor collar MIDDY
Character in 'Unforgiven' CAPITALU
Common B-school requirement GMAT
Common religious artwork LASTSUPPER
Draft pick ALE
Drill command involving a rifle ORDERARMS
Easy marks SAPS
Ed whose entire 18-season career was with the Mets KRANEPOOL
Flow controller TAP
Former faves of jet-setters SSTS
French verse POEME
Geneses ONSETS
Gov. Cuomo's purview NYS
Graph revelation, possibly TREND
Great Seal word ORDO
He was born 'all over like an hairy garment' ESAU
Hold up DETAIN
Holy smoker? CENSER
Ill-fated line of the 1950s EDSELS
In the log, say ENTERED
Its patrons are usually kept in the dark CINEMA
Landscaping alternative to sand PEAGRAVEL
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Legal scholar Guinier LANI
Legendary lutist ALANADALE
Like unsurprising temperatures SEASONABLE
Nonrevolutionaries LOYALISTS
Not be a wallflower MIX
Old-time actress Bennett ENID
Olive genus OLEA
One highly unlikely to react RAREGAS
One paid to get shot MODEL
One who doesn't click in a clique ODDMANOUT
Player in a pocket IPODNANO
Public OVERT
Right-handed DEXTRAL
Sanitization target SMUT
Scrape GRATE
See 28-Down GREEN
Slow march, maybe DIRGE
Source of 13-Down eggs EMU
Spirit in a sling GIN
Stopped living the high life? SOBEREDUP
Study principally MAJORIN
Symbol of love EROS
They don't do it all themselves DELEGATORS
Title character singing in the 'Tea for Two' duet NANETTE
Trail rider's accessory SADDLEBAG
Trail rider's concoction GORP
TV host Chung ALEXA
Went long RANLATE
Whoopi's first leading film role CELIE
With 33-Across, 'The Voice' vocal coach CEELO