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New York Times crossword of January 13th, 2008 other clues
Bird whose name sounds like its soft call
Bit of trail mix
Boasts of
Bond poster
Brought on
Buggy drivers
Center of success?
Certain gamete
Christmas on Capri
Circus props
Climate that's copy-protected by law?
Coca-Cola trademark
Court call
Cuddly sci-fi critter
Currency exchange abbr.
Currency whose symbol is '$'
Development of amnesia?
Didn't walk or go by subway, say
Donkey Kong, for one
Dr. J was one
Emulate Earhart
Enjoy the theater
Eyelid moistener at a museum?
F.B.I. director appointed by Clinton
Fabric that needs serious mending?
Fall mos.
Florida county seat
Former Israeli president Weizman
Get more soap suds out of
Go 'waaaah!'
Good winter entree
Got things wrong
Pamplona shouts
Part of DKNY
Place to gamble in N.Y.C.
Pork place?
Porridge ingredients
Prell competitor
Pretty cool
Pull out formally
Ralph Nader and Ross Perot
Rap's Dr. ___
Rodeo locale
Rouse a beloved English queen?
Scent maker
Scratches (out)
Seventh-grader, often
Singer Des'___
Small wts.
So far
Some colas, familiarly
Some toothpastes
Sound from a fan
Spinning dizzily
Stat for Warren Spahn: Abbr.
Stick one's foot in Chardonnay?
Suffix with buck
Supposed makers of crop circles
Tangle up (in)
The old frontier you and I don't remember?
They're not good for QB's
Took too many pills, briefly
Traditional whale hunter
Tribal chief
Grabbed surreptitiously
Graduation or confirmation
Group with a secy. gen.
Had something
Harriet Beecher Stowe novel
Illustrator for Charles Dickens
In the world
In ___ (stunned)
Is covered in dew, perhaps
Jimmy of DC Comics
Job ad abbr.
Kind of jacket
Like Java man
Like some grasses
Like some titmice
Like some traffic
Longtime Bob Hope broadcaster
Lose one's marbles
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, e.g.
Many a 'Star Trek' character
Many, many mos.
Mark who won the Masters and British Open in 1998
Married in error?
Merlin on an Imax screen?
Metal that may ignite if scratched
Milk source
Mover left or right
Mr. Right, with 'the'
Nasty wound
National airline of Afghanistan
Nocturnal insect
None too bright
Not just ask
Not on deck
Occurs to, with 'on'
Painter Mondrian
'What ___!' ('This place needs cleaning!')
'Come on ... be good, kids'
'S.N.L.' alum Cheri
'The Simpsons' bus driver
'Well, ___-di-dah!'
10-year host of 'Entertainment Tonight'
3.5, e.g.: Abbr.
Able to be followed
Actor Gulager
Actress Papas
Add pep to
Algonquian tongue
Alley ___
Bath scrubber
Bean town?
Better half takes the stage?
Big mouth
Tush made of shuttle thread?
U.K. record label
U.S.O. show attendees
Went too far
What to follow in the forest
Where to get a mil. commission
Word before and after 'à'
___ d'amore
___ Epstein, Red Sox G.M. starting in 2002
___ Tunes

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