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New York Times crossword of January 8th, 2012 other clues
'Auld Lang ___'
'Behold,' to Brutus
'I knew it!'
'I'll have ___'
'Just do drills for now'?
'Little' singer of the '60s
'Me, Myself & ___'
'South Pacific' hero
4-Down locale
A person can take big strides with this
A pop
Academy enrollee
Actor Firth
Actress Sofer
Adaptable aircraft
Animal house, say
Applied foil at the Hershey's factory?
Back to Brooklyn?
Bad response upon first seeing one's new haircut?
Berlin Olympics star
Blue shade
Body cavity
Bogart's 'High Sierra' role
Bundle bearer
Capital city on the Atlantic
Chamber exit
Clive Cussler novel settings
Coll. elective
Comic strip '___ and Janis'
Conseil d'___
Constellation whose brightest star is Regulus
Creepy: Var
Diplomatic efforts
Disturb one's neighbors at night?
Don Quixote's love
Drive by the United Nations?
Drivers of some slow-moving vehicles
Duffer's feeling toward a putting pro?
EarthLink, e.g., for short
Exclaim breathlessly
Fen-___ (former weight-loss drug)
Flat: Abbr
Food in Exodus
Foreign football score
Former bill
Forum fashions
Fr. title
French income
From now on
Get a bit misty
Glade, e.g
Glen Canyon reservoir
Go into la-la land, with 'out'
Grow dark
Hannibal's foil in 'The Silence of the Lambs'
Highway sign abbr
Hindu spring festival
Holiday season event
Hue akin to olive
Impostor's excuse?
Inflation-fighting W.W. II org
Insomnia cause
Inventor Whitney
Khan man?
Kill quickly
Kind of nerve
Language from which 'bungalow' and 'jungle' come
Malamutes' burdens
Meeting one's soul mate, perhaps?
Men of La Mancha
Motor finish?
Museum piece
Musician Montgomery
Nag's call
New York's Tappan ___ Bridge
One man's declaration to an upset party planner?
One may be overhead
One way to go, betting-wise
One who discriminates?
One-named singer for the Velvet Underground
Part of some Tin Pan Alley music
Path of Caesar
Prince Valiant's eldest
Pundit Bill
Rajah's partner
Ready for service
Removal of restrictions, informally
Represent with a stick figure, say
Response to a pledge drive request
Rider on a crowded bus, maybe
Saxony seaport
Sewing aids
Shoppe modifier
Slum-clearing project, say
Some appliances
Sports contest
Strong cast
Successfully perform a download?
Suffix with depend
Table saver
Take charge?
Take control of
Tarot user, maybe
They might have it
Things that may be 65-Downed
Twisty curves
Upton Sinclair novel on which 'There Will Be Blood' is based
Vodka drink, informally
Was audibly surprised, maybe
Weight allowance
Went into la-la land, with 'out'
What Oliver asked for more of
Who wrote 'A true German can't stand the French, / Yet willingly he drinks their wines'
Word after an ampersand, maybe
Words on a Wonderland cake
___-Itami International Airport

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