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New York Times crossword of February 22nd, 2014 other clues
Punk rocker Armstrong with a 2012 Grammy
Reached 100, say
Score abbr
Side in an Indian restaurant
Site of the 1992 Republican National Convention
Small cell
Some plans for the future, briefly
Split second?
Start sputtering, say
Symbols of might
Takes the plunge
Tall order at a British pub
Tapping grp
Telejournalist's item
Vaulted areas
Very small (and very important) matter
Weapon in 'The Mikado'
Well-trained boxer, maybe
Whip wielder
Woe, in Yiddish
'___ a man in Reno' ('Folsom Prison Blues' lyric)
'Swing Shift' Oscar nominee
2012 baseball All-Star Kinsler
Aid in fast networking
Art that uses curse words?
Big long-distance carrier?
Big picker-upper?
Brand of body washes
Certain sorority chapter
Composer called a 'gymnopédiste'
Composer of the opera 'Rusalka'
Deal with
Declines, with 'out'
Facebook connections in Florence?
Fall apart
Feared sight on the Spanish Main
First drink ever ordered by James Bond
First name of Woodstock's last performer
Frequent Monet subjects
Game stew
Get off the drive, say
Golden, in Granada
Grp. with the Office of Iraq Analysis
High line in the Middle East
High spirits?
Hit with skits, for short
In the back
Kind of bust
Land capturer, in literature
Like metals used by 1-Across
Like some missed field goals
Like some parents
Locale of London Stansted Airport
Much may follow it
Near to one's heart
Obama's favorite character on 'The Wire'
One getting messages by word of mouth?
Ones who think things are good as gold?
Part of many a training regimen
Peak transmission setting of old?
People might pass for them, for short
Plant in subsequent seasons
Projection in the air, for short
'Good ___ A'mighty!'

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