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New York Times crossword of January 16th, 2002 other clues
Anklebone
'6 Rms ___ Vu' (play)
'Heaven forbid!'
1940's Holmes player
1960's Cosby show
201, e.g.
Barbershop band
Betelgeuse's constellation
Bolt (down)
Breakable things
Bump result
Check
Concede
Concert gear
Crow's-nest sighting
Daly of 'Judging Amy'
Diplomatic to-do
Dojo teaching
Features before main features
Fine-tune
Foil alternative
Fred or Ethel of 'I Love Lucy'
Game with a ball
God defeated twice by Hercules
Goon
Govt. org. that employs mathematicians
Guanaco's cousin
Gymnast's feat
Hall of Fame catcher
Harbinger
Hooded jacket
Improvised bit
Laugh ___
Lawn sculpture, maybe
Like a mandolin
Like most of Aeschylus' plays?
Log
Loosen, in a way
M.L.K.'s honorary deg. from Yale
Margin
With 15-Across, 1950's 'Tonight Show' host
Marrow
Mozart's 'Le Nozze di ___'
Mrs. Lincoln's maiden name
Of interest to bird-watchers
Omnia vincit ___
Paris, to Romeo
Perform a bar dare
Position
Presently
Promotional campaign adjunct
Quaker
Read (through)
Response to 'Shall we?'
Rocky outlook
Round cameo?
Sacred text
Salinger heroine
Satirist Freberg
Says unpleasantly
See 70-Across
Shrub that yields indigo
Singing style
Sister of King Arthur
Skiing mecca
Smart
Speck
Students' objections to a big exam?
Talk show interviewee
Tennis player Dementieva
Triumphant cry
Turn one way
TV's Arnaz
Unwanted e-mail
Walt Kelly creation

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