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New York Times crossword of January 18th, 2004 other clues
'Beg pardon ...'
'Don't look ___!'
'For sure?'
'Mule Train' singer, 1949
'Our Gang' girl
'Sex and the City' shower
'Strangers and Brothers' novelist
'The possession of fools': Herodotus
1958 #1 song
1960's White House pooch
1971 hit movie based on the novel 'Ratman's Notebooks'
42-Down, to Pierre
Advantage in hockey
Alluvia
Alpaca and cashmere
Ample shoe width
Artist Chagall
Atelier item
Aware of
Bared
Baseball honcho
Benjamin Disraeli, e.g.
Bit of effrontery
BMW rival
Bounces
Bowl figure
Brings together
Bronte heroine
By surprise
Chanticleer
Chichi
Chisholm Trail stop
Clarinet paraphernalia
Common classroom sight
Convenient apartment
Did yard work
Din
Drew aimlessly
Dumped
Duty
End-of-sentence abbr.
Endorser, sometimes
Eric Clapton's 'Layla' alias
Experimental attire?
Fabricated
Fair attraction
Fictional terrier
Fit
Flea market find
Fleet
Gershon of film
Give a hint
Good for a doctoral student, bad for a crime suspect
Good for a magazine writer, bad for a couch potato
Good for a mail carrier, bad for an electrician
Good for a returning traveler, bad for a bridge player
Good for a scientist, bad for a roofer
Good for a wage earner, bad for a tightrope walker
Good for a wish maker, bad for a Hollywood agent
Good for an attorney, bad for a Spandex model
Gray wolf
Halls of learning
Hoard
I or II N.T. book
Ipanema locale
It's done in the form of an S or a Z
Jinx in reverse
Joint
Kind of line
Lander at Ben Gurion
Less-than-Ruthian hits
Like almonds in many recipes
Like lions
Like some colors
Many a roast
Mark for life
Medical tool
Monk's garb
Music from the Miracles, e.g.
Mysterious
N.Y.S.E. debut
News source
Nixon's law alma mater
Not give ___ (not care)
Org. for 1- and 101-Across
Plantain lily
Porfirio ___, president of Mexico, 1884-1911
Port on a gulf of the same name
Prayer start
Pre-Bill Hillary
Prof.'s helpers
Protomatter of the universe
Quick-witted
Reins in
Rock singer in social causes
Ruckus
Salon devices
Scraps
Seized vehicle
Separator
Sets up
Shadow
Shale extract
Show protectiveness
Singer's filler
Small amounts
Snacks for Dorothy on the Yellow Brick Road
Social reformer Jacob
Some beans
Some party members, for short
Some Web site owners: Abbr.
Sonnet component
Soup or sandwich ingredient
Spinnaker
Sporty car feature
Staff leader
Stay (with)
Suffix on era names
Symbol on an old quarter
Tame brew
Tantrum thrower, maybe
Target
Temporarily out of the office
They're often heaved
Things laid by a gallina
Thos. Jefferson's school
Toiletry
Tree in a Christmas carol
Tsk about
Turns over
Venom source
Verve
Ward of 'Once and Again'
Ways: Abbr.
Well in hand
Wheel maker
Whistler's tune?
Withdraw
Wrangles

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