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'___ Got a Brand New Bag' (1965 James Brown hit) crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 29th, 2012 other clues
'Barbarella' extras, for short
'How ya doin', bro?'
'Puss in Boots' villain
'Ready!' follower
'Star Trek II' villain
'The Simpsons' character with platform shoes
'Tsk! Tsk!'
'What chutzpah!'
Advertising department at a TV station?
Appear on the scene
Await decision
Baseball family surname
Beach umbrella, e.g
Beginning of some temple names
Bowl call
Canine protector
Carnal craving
Classic toy company whose name is its founder's middle name
Clerics' homes
Continental prefix
Cookie holders
Country singer David Allan ___, writer of 'Take This Job and Shove It'
Court recitation
Cowboys' home, familiarly
Dairy brand
Didn't wait until Christmas, say
Do a certain dish duty
Drink served with Brezeln
Early computer
Enrollment at a TV station?
European freshwater fish
Expert at a TV station?
Fancy footwear at a TV station?
Fish holder at a TV station?
Fishing gear
Gen ___
George nicknamed Mr. Basketball
Get foggy
Give lessons
Go up
Goddess associated with witchcraft
Gold rush town of 1899
Graceful horse
Gravy holder
Green-egg layers
Half of a title role for John Barrymore or Spencer Tracy
Hold fast
Home of ancient Bethlehem
Houston university
How some stocks are bought
Instrument with a big bell
It brings up many ticket holders
It might be batted at a knockout
It was dropped at Woodstock
It's picked in the Pacific
Joiner of a team
Lassie of Arg
Leucippus and Democritus, philosophically
Like some fortresses
Like some T-shirt designs
Locale of St. Catherine's Monastery, said to be the world's oldest working monastery
Lose ground?
Marble, e.g
Meadow call
Meal with wine
Midpoints: Abbr
Miss at a hoedown
Missouri relatives
Mythical figure blinded by Oenopion
Narrow inlet
Noted calendar makers
Oil producer?
Old block deliverers
One in Germany
One of a group of 12, say
One of a secretive trio
One taking the gold?
One-point score, of a sort
Opening word?
Opera part
Orange or olive
Other, in Oviedo
Person making waves?
Place to live in Germany
Playful response to a good insult
Prefix with -plasm
Product from Mars
Q&A at a TV station?
Quick drink
Recruiters at a TV station?
River to Korea Bay
Rugged transport, for short
Ruthless corporate type
S-shaped molding
Sahara feature
Sheiks' garments
Shout in a strip
Sidecars might go on it
Skater Yamaguchi
Slide show at a TV station?
Some Dadaist works
Sort (out)
Sources of many beads
SpongeBob, e.g
Student involved in a prank, maybe
Sugary quaffs
Super ___
Swivel on an axis
Tea merchant Sir Thomas
Underworld leader
Utah's state animal
Western loop
World org. based in Lausanne, Switzerland
You might rub a knife across it
Zero, in slang
___ a scratch
___ decay
___ Islam
___ Levy, four-time Super Bowl coach for Buffalo
___ place

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