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New York Times crossword of January 31st, 2019 other clues
Vice ___
At least 35, for a U.S. president
Not up or down
Soccer star Chastain
Went on first
Formal defense
Book after II Chronicles
Novelty singer/songwriter ___ Sherman
Some I.R.S. forms
Former Disney exec Michael
Bugs Bunny or Jessica Rabbit
Number between cinque and sette
Sporty auto feature
Game show host with a shaved head
Old plume source
Bush critters
German 101 verb
Cambridgeshire cathedral city
Once named
Giggly outburst
One loitering
Steak accompanier
Hem's partner
Palindromic number
1986 Elton John love song
Suffix with psych-
Capital on the Dnieper
Holy ___
Palindromic relative
Summation symbol, in math
Carpet quality
Homing (in on)
Part of a white script on a red can
Symbol in the logo of the Democratic Socialists of America
Carry-___ (some luggage)
Pile for a record company exec
Teaser that may include pluses and minuses
CD part
Lab instructors, often
Powerhouse in curling
Term of address in 'The Wizard of Id'
Commercial lead-in to film
Right-hand page
Leaves after dinner?
Predecessor of the C.I.A
'Didn't you get the ___?'
Terse admission
Section of The Economist
Let in or let on
Development sites
Quinceañera attendee, perhaps
Ticker test, for short
Self-reflective question
Like 2001
Relative whose name sounds like a city in France
Timeshare unit, often
Like many classical statues
Economic crisis
68-Down with a '/' inside it
68-Down with a '°' after it
Med. insurance groups
Snow White's housemates, for instance
Aesir trickster
Tropical black bird
Alternative to TGI Fridays
Short drive
Move like a moth

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