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New York Times crossword of January 30th, 2010 other clues
Co-winner of the first Albert Einstein Award, 1951
Ohio pro, for short
One of the Pointer Sisters
Overthrows, e.g.
Part of una salsa
Plenty
Preserve ... or get rid of
Pub pull
Pull up
Relatively hard to pin down
Robin Hood, the ___ of Huntington
Shock-and-awe strategy
Small planted bulb
Small stand
Sources of some Zimbabwean exports
Strength of a solution
Substantial hit: Abbr.
Thackeray's 'Vanity Fair: A Novel Without ___'
The witches in 'Macbeth,' e.g.
Toyota pickup named for a U.S. city
Vile
What a loser may be out of
Worried
___ States
Comfy wear
Cross of mysteries
English horn, e.g.
First sign
Game with a spotter
Get ready for chow
Giocondo and Angelico
Go by quickly
Group whose 1972 debut album 'Can't Buy a Thrill' went platinum
Hardly balmy
Head-scratcher
Indian barter item
Judging point at a dog show
Lacking a signature, say
Late entertainer who was known for his laugh
Like Chekhov's 'The Cherry Orchard'
Limits of some sums
Little something
Long row
M.'s counterpart
Macduff, to Macbeth
Major employer
Make a person feel good
Many Caltech grads: Abbr.
Navy relative
Neighborhood eyesore
No. usually figured to two decimals
Not grounded
Not together
Nowhere near an agreement
'Steve Canyon' cartoonist
Absents oneself
'Who ___?'
Blame-diffusing words
Allergy source
Alternative to Beauvais
California peak
Certs ingredient
Church room

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