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New York Times crossword of February 1st, 2004 other clues
'Decide already!'
'I swear!'
'It's ___ real!'
'Little Red Book' ideology
'My ___'
'See ya!'
'What's ___?'
'Yeah, right!'
'___ It a Pity' (1970 song)
'___ madly for Adlai' (1952 campaign slogan)
'___ Rhapsody' (1996 biopic)
116-Across and others
1936 Cong. measure
1980's computer
19th-century samurai home
A boost
A transmitter
Actor Villechaize
Actor with a mohawk
Actress Téa
Air supplier
Ancient Italian
Appropriate for Halloween
Aquarium fish
Ark contents
Art fan, perhaps
At first: Abbr.
Attorney Belli
Bee's favorite movie of 1983?
Big inits. in check processing
Bolt from the blue?
Brandy letters
British verb ending
Cartoon art
Cat's favorite movie of 2000?
Clock std.
Colossal, to Coleridge
Company perk
Corn order
Cow's favorite movie of 1983?
Crow's favorite movie of 1955?
Curators' degs.
Cutting down, after 'on'
Drink, informally
Early afternoon time
Expression of gratitude, briefly
Farm sound
Fast sound: Var.
Fine Japanese porcelain
First name in mysteries
Fixes at zero, say
Foam toy brand
Former Mrs.
French vineyard
Frog's favorite movie of 1944?
Game Gear company
Genesis name
Grand ___
Guanabara Bay locale
Gym displays
Hamlet and Gertrude
Haydn string composition
Honeydew lovers
Internet market
It's a knockout
It's tender
Judaism : kosher :: Islam : ___
Kennedy colleague
Kind of team
Kitty teaser
Lack equilibrium
Larry of the Black Arts Theater, and others
Life saver
Like one battery terminal
Linesman, maybe?
Loan overseer: Abbr.
Louisiana music
Make catty remarks
Many a boot
Mark consisting of a series of dots
Modern music genre
Modern viewer's choice
More authentic
More harsh
N.Y.C. line
Name preceder
Nathan and others
Native soldier, in old India
Nebraska's Cornhusker, e.g.
Not level
Oh-Wah-___ (game like mancala)
Old Blood and Guts
On the Board
One may be secret
Only now and then
Organ repair sites: Abbr.
Part of a dash
PC application suffix
Perry White, e.g.
Point of writing
Popular Russian vodka, familiarly
President's inits.
Princess on the small screen
Reactionaries of 1917
Romeo and Juliet's home
Run out
Said 'ah'
Sheep's favorite movie of 1991?
Sheik's flock
Sister of Eva
Small salmon
Snake's favorite movie of 1981?
Some ducks
Some ranchers
Sound studio work
Spring locale
Start of a doo-wop phrase
Step on it
Superman's mother
Tailoring machine
Tall runners
Term of affection
The Beatles' Madonna, e.g.
The Three Stooges had many
They're found in fountains
They're tender
They're unstressed
Title city of a Forsyth thriller
Tour grp.
Trillion: Prefix
Tropical pitcher plants and such
Turned up
View from Vesuvius
Web address start
What Fred Astaire danced with
Where salts go
Whiz's musical key?
Wing-to-wing measure
Wool producer
___ date: Abbr.
___ de toilette
___ go at (tries)
___, Optimo, Maximo (Benedictine motto)

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