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New York Times crossword of February 10th, 2004 other clues
'Beetle Bailey' dog
'Exodus' hero
'See ya!'
20's dispensers
A Baldwin
Agenda unit
At any time
Band hand
Bikini atoll, once
Black Russian ingredient
Bounce back
Car owner's document
Cause a sleepy old man to stumble?
Chablis, for one
Chatter idly
Chicago paper, familiarly, with 'the'
Clean-air org.
Croupier's tool
Dead Sea document
Doll's cry
Eastern sashes
Election loser
Elite group
Emceed
Europe's ___ Peninsula
Express gratitude to a country singer?
Fall behind
Fool a onetime child actor?
Frisk, with 'down'
Garden intruder
Gets pooped
Give a wide berth
Gives the boot
Grazing locale
Greasy ___
Guitarist Atkins
Heads-up
It's true
Lehár's 'The Merry ___'
Let out the waist of, e.g.
Like a luxury car
Mexican Mlle.
Mock, in a way
New-Ager John
Number cruncher, for short
Orderly grouping
Org. whose members are packing?
Panel layer
Part of CBS: Abbr.
Pet ___
Publicity, slangily
QB's pickups
Rattler's posture
Rip-roaring time
Rug, so to speak
Scarecrow stuffing
Secret exit, perhaps
Set off
Show opener
Still pink
Suit to ___
Supporter of the arts?
Take over for, as a pitcher
The out crowd
Tie up a Midwest senator?
Tiebreakers, briefly
Title start of a 2003 Al Franken best seller
Toe the line
Unabridged dictionary, e.g.
Up to it
Wholly absorbed
With respect to
Zero, on a court
___ Park, Ill.
___-Atlantic

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