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New York Times crossword of January 21st, 2014 other clues
Any hit by the Everly Brothers, e.g
'Babette's Feast' author Dinesen
'Coffee, Tea ___?' (1960s best seller)
'Yay!,' in a text message
'___ thousand flowers bloom'
2007 documentary about the health care system
Basketball target
Beech and birch
Beep
Bide-___
Brew, as tea
Brief reminder
Caddie's pocketful
Car gear
Celebrate noisily
Certain paint protector
Cheer in Chihuahua
Chest material
City NNE of Tahoe
Cry upon arrival
Curve in a crown molding
Death
Diner employee
Dress ___ (impersonate)
Drink served either hot or cold
Emcee's delivery
Ending with advert
Farming: Prefix
Fictional Flanders and Plimpton
Florida home for Hemingway
Gracefully thin
Group of beauties
Hack's vehicle
Heed
High, in German names
Iberian river
Indonesian currency
Inspiration for Old Major of 'Animal Farm'
Knee-slapper
Latin musician Puente
Leaking, as a faucet
Like calls from bill collectors, typically
Magazine launch of 1933 with a hyphen in its name
Mideast grp
More bizarre
Moved smoothly
Nancy Reagan's maiden name
Nostalgic style
Not worthy of
Nutcase
One may pop on New Year's Eve
Part of AWOL
Performs, as historical scenes
Put back to zero, say
Qualified
See 1-Across
Ski resort in Salt Lake County
Student of Socrates
Suit company founded in Australia
Summer clock observance: Abbr
Swarm (with)
Take a gander
Take ___ (travel)
Taunt
Telephone attachment
Times Square booth sign
Turkish hospice
Unit of power
Way overweight
Wedding cake parts
Wilson of 'The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou'
With 72-Across, what the answers on this puzzle's perimeter form
Writer Sarah ___ Jewett
___ Coyote (toon)
___ Health magazine
___ relations
___ wash jeans

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