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New York Times crossword of February 15th, 2001 other clues
'The Thin Man' producer Hunt ___
1932 Bette Davis melodrama
1968 folk album
1971 James Taylor/Warren Oates cult film
24-time Ryder Cup winner
Adjust, as a brooch
Airport near Tokyo
Animal house?
Annexes
Benchmark
Bully
By way of, briefly
Canines
Cheerleaders' practice
Commencement dangler
Cutting repeatedly
Diminutive, in Dogpatch
Drives (along)
Geographical connectors
Ginsberg poem
Good looker?
Guitarist Lofgren
Half of sei
Haole's souvenir
Harmonize
Hi from Ho
Inability to speak
It's fine for a refinery
Item used in basement waterproofing
Kind of flute
Kind of soup
Larrup
Like a beat cop
List ender
Lug
Malacañang Palace locale
Marble-producing Italian city
Mediterranean ship
Methodical
Mork's planet
Most of Mauritania
Mother of Perseus
Nautical nose
New driver, maybe
Ogden Nash's '___ Stranger Here Myself'
One getting a cut
Parts of feet
Perfect
Politically incorrect coat
Pro ___
Producer of Eazy-E and Eminem
Relative of cerise
Rembrandt, for one
Senate accusation
Sgt. Snorkel's dog
Shower apparel
Socialite Duke
Some exhaust systems
Sonja Henie's debut film, 1936
Split in the cold, perhaps
Subway station sight
Take to one's heart
The 900's, e.g.: Abbr.
They may have shorts
ThinkPad producer
Tout's tabulation
Troubles
Truth, old-style
TV or radio station
When tripled, an old war cry
Word with yes, no or thank you

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