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New York Times crossword of January 17th, 2010 other clues
Longtime Buick model
Lumber dimensions
Mag. team
Male symbol components
Married mujer: Abbr.
Name on the street
Nocturnal fledgling
Once, formerly
Opposite of stout
Orange-roofed establishment, in brief
Paper that dishes dirt
Pitcher plant victim
Playmate of Piglet
Poetry contests
Pol Paul
Port sights
Quark/antiquark particle
Radar image
Rapper's retinue
Recording period
Result of a plumbing disaster in the apartment above?
Romance lang.
Sacrament, e.g.
Santiago is its patron saint
Scan for slips
Scottish seaport
Shevat or Sivan
Shout at a bowl
Skeptical rejoinder
Slip hider
Something an office worker might file
Something kids might very well tune out?
Spade, e.g., for short
Ethnic group including Zulus
Exterminator's target
Exterminator, often
Eye layer
Father of Ariadne
Fourth word in the 'Star Wars' opening crawl
Good outcome
Good situation for a server
Grammar class exercise
Great trait
Handel oratorio king
Healthful husks
Help, wrongly
Hickman who played 58-Across
Huge opponents
Imarets, e.g.
Inter ___
Its crown is in your head
Ivanhoe's lady
Japanese I.T. giant
Julio to julio
Ken of 'thirtysomething'
Kind of talk
King, in Portuguese
Language from which 'sky' and 'egg' are derived
Law school course
Like a ___ bricks
Liturgical reference
Living ___
Spiritedly, in scores
Stars can have big ones
Starting stake
Subject of a Scottish mystery, informally
Suffix with cruciverbal
Tea leaves alternative
Tome that makes a pub owner feel nostalgic?
Toon for which Hank Azaria won a 1998 Emmy
Touch, e.g.
Updates electrically
V.I.-to-Trinidad dir.
Voiced, in phonetics
W.W. II command area
Walked boldly
Waste line
Web site for Charlotte
What you might bow your head to get
Whence the phrase 'sour grapes'
Where to find a best-selling CD?
___ avis
___ cloud (solar system outlier)
___ Gillis of 1960s TV
___ of Souls, Na'vi temple in 'Avatar'
___ Zoo
'Knock it off!'
'Anna Christie' playwright
'Ghost Whisperer' skill
'Good Guys Wear Black' star, 1979
'Hard ___!'
'Is that ___?'
'No more, thanks'
'The Office' city
'This I Promise You' band, 2000
'West Side Story' girl
'___ partridge in ...'
1977 Sex Pistols song ... or their first record label
Abbr. after many a capt.'s name
Advice to Tin Man costume designers?
Aging vessels?
Algerian port
All you need to brew a lot of coffee?
Angel, e.g., for short
Attic scurrier
Author Deighton
Bert who was a Leo, aptly
Bleach brand
Cabbage batch?
Carpenter ___
Chief Ouray's tribe
City near old silver mines
Cocktail party serving
College course, briefly
College course, briefly
Composer Satie
Cross out
Damage to a paperback edition?
Debugger's mission?
Dr. Westheimer telling it like it is?
Educ. group
Eighth or ninth word in the 'Star Wars' opening crawl
Eric Clapton love song

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