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New York Times crossword of January 8th, 2001 other clues
Newsman Sevareid
Newspaper page
Not burning the mouth much
Not neat
Not yea
Old hand
Oldsmobile model
Orkin target
Oscar night transport
Part of N.Y.C.
Place for a beach
Shop without anything particular in mind
Slip-on shoe, briefly
Steps in human evolution
Summon electronically, say
T-shirt material
Take cover
Timber wolf
Toy block brand
Toy gun noisemaker
Track contests
Train stop: Abbr.
TV's Winfrey
Where a cook cooks
Wire nails
___ about (approximately)
April initials
'... ___ he drove out of sight'
'So what ___ is new?'
'Thank Heaven for Little Girls' musical
'___ something I said?'
Barbecue site
Barkin or Burstyn
Bowery bum
Bright thought
Burgundy grape
Burnt ___ crisp
Butter serving
Cable subscriber
Cain's brother
California Gov. Gray ___
Contract provision
Crockett's last stand, with 'the'
Egyptian cobra
Exasperate, as a masseur?
Exasperate, as a motorist?
Exasperate, as a neurologist?
Faux ___
Full complement of dwarfs
Gird one's ___
Goblet material
Grand Coulee, e.g.
Harvard or Stanford: Abbr.
Help in crime
Hog's home
Horse trainer's aid
Hot chocolate containers
Icy coating
John who sang 'Rocket Man'
Juicy steak
Kind of acid
Lead-in for -aholic
Lottery equipment
Love, Spanish-style
Loved to bits

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