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New York Times crossword of January 14th, 2001 other clues
Évian-___-Bains, France
First name in civil rights
First person in Berlin
Ford classics, familiarly
Fort with a fortune
Gadzooks, for one
Garr of 'Mr. Mom'
Go downhill fast?
Gulf port
High, in Le Havre
Horizontal molding
How some losses are shown
Human rights agcy.
Information decoder, maybe
Initials in 70's-80's comedy
Island nation east of Fiji
It's a bust
It's due once a month
It's enough to make you cry
It's hard to keep going
Kind of notebook
Kind of strap
Lament, part 2
Lament, part 3
Lament, part 4
Lay into
Lee side?
Legal conclusion
Like Miss Congeniality
Like some legends
Little yipper
Shipboard direction
Short end of the stick
Simile part
Start of a January lament
Stew holders
Symbol like :-) or :-(
Tabby talk: Var.
Taylor of 'The Nanny'
Trading letters
Two- or four-seater?
Unfit for detail work
Vitamin bottle info
Webb Pierce song '___ Know Why'
Wet septet
What's left behind
Woman of die Welt
Wool coat wearer
___ con Dios (Spanish farewell)
___ dos aguas (in doubt): Sp.
___ even keel
___ lepton (physics particle)
'Aw, shaddup!'
'Field of Dreams' setting
'Camelot' composer
'Blue-eyed' one in 'The Tempest'
# # #: Abbr.
'Deathtrap' writer Levin
'Get lost!'
'My bad'
'Sure thing!'
'The Crucible' setting
'Who'd like to volunteer?'
8 in a date: Abbr.
A hundred sawbucks
Abbr. sometimes used twice in a row
Actress Benaderet
Allied jumping-off point of July 1944
Animal house
Arab's greeting
Art Deco designer
As to
Astrolabe plate
Athens's Temple of ___
Be beholden to
Big boo-boo
Bird of prey
BMW, e.g.
Boy's outfit with bell-bottom trousers
Business card abbr.
Campus location
Car trunk item, maybe
Carhop's need
Center of Los Angeles
Classic Orson Welles film, with 'The'
Code of the samurai
Coup ___
Delaware senator
Diamond figure
Dig in
Drew on
Eliot ___
End of the lament
Escalator feature
Long suits
Long-tailed finch
Look ahead
Major 20's supplier?
Make piles, say
Marked down
Math rings
Meadowlands contests
Modern ice cream flavor
Much of 'Deck the Halls'
Muscat money
N.Y.C. hoops contest
New York strip alternative
Olive ___
Olympics no-no
On the fence
On the up and up
One of Alcott's 'Little Women'
Photo finish
Poetic preposition
Pops composer Anderson
Put on
River named for an Indian tribe
Ryan's daughter
Sandusky's county
Seating section
Shakes a leg

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