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New York Times crossword of January 22nd, 2018 other clues
'Forgot About ___' (2000 rap hit)
'Leaving ___ Vegas'
'Legally ___' (Reese Witherspoon film)
'Red' or 'White' baseball team
'Seinfeld' character who wrote for the J. Peterman catalog
'Sesame Street' character long rumored to be Bert's lover
'Sounds exciting ...'
2016 Best Actress Oscar winner for 'La La Land'
Abbr. in an office address
Administrative regions in Russia
Agatha Christie or Maggie Smith
Ariana Grande's fan base, mostly
Back in style
Be nosy
Biden and Pence, informally
Bit of clowning around
Bond film after 'Skyfall'
Caribbean ballroom dance
Chess endings
Chop finely
Deep-fried Mexican dish
Deep-fried Mexican dish
Div. for the N.F.L.'s Jets
Encouragement for a matador
Enthusiastic audience response, informally
Eric who sang 'Layla'
Fish typically split before cooking
Fix, as an election
Go from 0 to 60, say
Grand stories
Grandmother, affectionately
Group of eight
Gym locker emanation
Half of a half step in music
Holiday drink
Home shopping inits
Inbox buildup
Iranian currency
Laughs through the nose
Less talkative
Like the name 'Robin Banks' for a criminal
Look down on
Look for
Make, as money
Muscat is its capital
Natural process illustrated by the last words of 18-, 24-, 37-, 54- and 61-Across
Novelist Rand
On the briny
One of two in 'Hamilton'
Pacific source of unusual weather
Places to get quick cash
Ponzi schemes, e.g
Prefix with life or wife
Put in the cross hairs
Racer's swimwear
Relieved (of)
Sailor's patron
Something acute or obtuse
Start to attack
Stoic politician of ancient Rome
Successors to LPs
Sudden problem in a plan
Times past noon, informally
Title of a list of errands
Tree with acorns
Unwelcome looks
Weight unit equal to about 2,205 pounds
What sunning in a swimsuit leaves
___ Wallace, co-founder of Reader's Digest

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