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New York Times crossword of January 24th, 2015 other clues
Ancient Moorish palace in Granada
'Dang it!'
'I swear ...'
'Sheesh! What's the world coming to?!'
'Sounds like a plan!'
Bag handle?
Begin eagerly
Card game also known as high-low-jack
Certain sorority member
Crunch producer
Daughter of Theodore Roosevelt
Dialect of SE England
Early-morning risers?
Education standards, e.g
First or second call, maybe
Flamed out at a casino, say
Folk singer ___ Axton
Food item whose name means, literally, 'lightning'
Fragrant Clorox brand
Gay partner?
German-born photographer Barth
Given name of Augustus and Caligula
Graceful architectural curve
Green on the screen
Hungarian liqueur sold in green bottles
Like an atrium
Like many motorcycle jackets
Like much music of the '90s
Like the Rolling Stones album 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!'
Make one
Meaningful language unit
News ___
Ohio university nicknamed 'Big Red'
Person who might ask 'Did you hear ...?'
Popular Christmas trees
Radar-using org
Reached quickly, quickly?
Red state?
Requirement of Mormonism
Sitcom stage, e.g
Slanted coverage?
Something done on a case-by-case basis?
Something found on a dirt road
Taking to the streets
They may put you to sleep
Took down the garden path
Traditional Japantown feature
Trail near a hill?
Vandal, e.g
Voiced, in phonetics
Washington athlete
What you can never win going away
___ May Clampett of old TV

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