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New York Times crossword of January 15th, 2018 other clues
Breakfast restaurant chain
Queen's crown
Green shampoo
Resting place?
Vitamin-rich green vegetable
Canyon effect
Scores two under par
'Excuse me?'
In the style of
Volatile situation
Catcher's glove
Shout at Fenway Park
Wartime friend
Jay who preceded Jimmy Fallon
Chunk of concrete
Singer's latest
Jeans material
What gigabytes might measure
Con's opposite
Sister's daughter, e.g
King Arthur's magician
YouTube posting, casually
Covet one's neighbor's wife, e.g
Letters on an unfinished sched
___ monster (desert denizen)
Cruet filler at an Italian restaurant
Lodge member
Sunoco competitor
Like food from a West African drive-through?
___ Pie (frozen treat)
'We can go safely now'
'Right now!'
Mmes. of Madrid
Distinctive smell
Super bargains
Like religious institutions vis-à-vis the I.R.S
Dresses up for a comic con, say
More proximate
The Diamondbacks, on scoreboards
Loch ___ monster
East Lansing sch
'The Cosby Show' son
Mustard in the game Clue, e.g.: Abbr
Quarter Pounder topper
The lion in summer?
'What's gotten ___ you?'
Napoleon, on St. Helena
Tire material
Fancy tie
Actress Christina
Not bottled, at a bar
Tree toppler
Final word shouted before 'Happy New Year!'
Alternatives to Nikes
Payday, often: Abbr
TV's '2 Broke ___'
Final words of Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech ... or a hint to the endings of 17-, 24-, 39- and 49-Across
Approved, as a contract
Perch in a chicken house
Umbrella part
French president's palace
Big advertiser at auto races
Poems whose titles often start 'To a ...'
Gambling parlor, for short
Praise highly
Grab a bite
Bobby who sang 'Mack the Knife'

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