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Anachronism, e.g. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 22nd, 2007 other clues
'The Rain in Spain' composer
'Thirtysomething' actor
1960 John Wayne saga, with 'The'
1980's attorney general
A tiny bit
Apparently does
Author who inspired a Baltimore team's nickname
By itself
Call the shots
Cause of a food safety warning
Characters in a frat house?
Check-box option
Chinese tea
Cooperation roadblock
Draw (in)
Duke it out
Freeman's opposite
George Strait's 'All My ___ Live in Texas'
Having a bottom
Home of Bruce Peninsula Natl. Park
It might mean 'I have to go out!'
It's held in a hold
Kind of nut
Lee with an Oscar
Like 20-, 25- and 43-Across?
Like some coincidences
Losers to the Rangers for the 1994 Stanley Cup
Wear for a moment
What the dry cleaner might say after losing a garment?
Word with black or fire
___ Park
___ the hole
Make a brief call
Not going anywhere
Org. with many captains
Pal of Eeyore
Prefix with -cide
Provocative military move, briefly
Quest for a stereotypical Jewish mother?
Reactions to poetry?
Results of oogenesis
Running rampant
Sea of ___ between Russia and Ukraine
Secretarial jottings: Abbr.
Setting of many a Stephen King novel
Some rings
Sound stage shout
Spigot holder
Spruce (up)
Stack, in a way
Stage part
Stock at hardware stores and garden shops
Stories often have them
Suffix with Capri
Tar, maybe
They can be spiked
Was shamed
Wealthy TV family
'Huh ...?!'

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