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Australian pal crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 14th, 2014 other clues
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Overseer of N.Y.C. subways
Piquancy
Rights org
River crossed by the Pont d'Avignon
Russia's ___ Mountains
Sailor's tale
Score before a service break, maybe
Second hearing?
Shout after a series of numbers
Shrug-worthy
Silver of fivethirtyeight.com
Skylit rooms
Some jabs and turns
Target of NASA's Rover mission
The black swan in 'Swan Lake'
Thin Russian pancake
Tiny bit of time: Abbr
Tirade
Turnkey
Understand, informally
Wang of fashion
Windshield material
___ King Cole
'Sax on the Beach' musician John
'50s presidential nickname
'California ___ Alles' (classic punk rock song)
'Can you see' preceder
'Didn't you leave out something ...?'
'Right back ___!'
'Sure, I remember!'
'Thumbs up' response
'Well, ___ be!'
Actor Jared of 'My So-Called Life'
Attacked
B&Bs
Beep
Brand of mops and brooms
Bring up, as a subject
Car with a stylized caliper in its logo
Certain metal beam
Chewing one's nails, e.g
Clear of vermin à la the Pied Piper
Do that may have a pick
Drawn (out)
E-ZPass charges
Emulates Jay Z and Master P
Follower of Jul
Fruit also known as a prairie banana
General on a menu
Hurdle
Inscribed stone slab
Iraq war concerns, for short
James who wrote 'A Death in the Family'
Jimmy who wrote 'Galveston' and 'MacArthur Park'
Kind of state that's peaceful
Kingly
Leg part
Lo-___ (not so clear)
Long ago, once
McDaniel of 'Gone With the Wind'
Member of a Turkish minority
More hackneyed
Near, poetically
Near-prime seating
Nixon's number two
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense
Nonsense

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