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Dapper Dan's doodad crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 2nd, 2010 other clues
A conductor may have it memorized
Arterial problem: Var.
Acoustic measures
Chosen as a career
Fill positions differently
Folks going through leaves
Goal getter
Group member from the time of Jesus
How most sleds are mounted
Its openings are often studied
Kings Henry I and Stephen
Like an 8-Down
Mexican and Indian, e.g.
Mushroom supporters
New face on base
One full of hot air
One getting hit on?
Congregation location
Defensive fencing positions in which the top of the blade is pointed at the opponent's knee
Dramatic break
Early 1990s first lady's first name
Eleanor who wrote 'The Hundred Dresses'
One not allowing a volley
Oxide used in television tubes
Parents' hiree
People working with logs?
Persia, e.g., once
Play the flute
Pleasant way to play
Pros' opposites
Repetitive rebuke
Rubber stamp
Sigmoid architectural feature
Skipping syllables
Spasm-relieving alkaloid
Spinachlike potherb
Swank's co-star in 'The Next Karate Kid'
They may be full of hot air
They're not green
They're often drawn on the street
Those who put you in your place?
Units in nuclear physics
Way out there
Way to walk
What goes on?
With sapience
Without any wood or plastic, say
Wrote an essay, say

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