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'Check it out!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 24th, 2004 other clues
'Hard Hearted Hannah' of song
'Hotel de ___' (1959-60 TV western)
'The Intimate ___' (1990 jazz album)
'The Optimist's Daughter' author
20-time Rose Bowl winner: Abbr.
2001's 'Planet of the Apes' and others
Academy Award winner who said 'I dream for a living'
Affect in a subtle way
Atlantic City, e.g.
Blue prints
Camp seat
Chip flavoring
Crisper
Defensive play
Exotic stamp collectors, maybe
Father ___, the leper priest of Molokai
Former MGM rival
Freshwater fish with bill-like jaws
Full of vinegar
Gives the heave-ho
Head, slangily
Healthful dishes
Irving Berlin's 'Blue ___'
It can be icy
It could be original
It's dangerous for you to fly by
Keeps from
Kind of battle
Laugh, in showbiz slang
Like going in circles
Longtime record label for Whitney Houston and Kenny G
Misstep
Moolah
Mystery writer's award
Off one's trolley
Openings for horse trainers
Org. with writing fellowships
Packed
Park opened in 1964
Place of hard knocks?
Place to dry tobacco
Plays for a sap
Procrastinator's reply
Put off
Roadwork equipment
Santa suit stuffing
Sch. that Roger Staubach played football for
Selenium and zinc
Serving edge
Showcase lead-in on 'The Price Is Right'
Small
Sorority letter
Stats on some backs
Stiffs
They're always unaccompanied
Things seers see
Velvety plant
Viva ___
W.W. II volunteers
Western bulrushes
Year that Eric the Red was born, traditionally
Your, in Roma
___ Margarita, in the Caribbean

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