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New York Times crossword of February 16th, 2014 other clues
Hip-hop artist with the 2013 #1 album 'Born Sinner'
Hosiery brand
Iglu and yoghurt, e.g
In a loathsome way
Indoor balls
Infuser contents
Insect repellent ingredient
Israel's Netanyahu, informally
It might be answered 'Muy bien, gracias'
Keys on a piano
Kind of rug
Kind of tissue
Knacks
Lawn care brand
Lifted
Like Bruce Willis, in his later movie roles
Liquor unit
Little: Suffix
Massenet opera
Memphis deity
More wan
Most arias
Myocyte
Mythological monster
Nappy fabric
NASA's ___ Research Center
New York's Jacob ___ Park
Of the flock
Old atlas initials
One who turned Cinderella's pumpkin into pumpkin cheesecake?
Oscar winner Leachman
Per ___
Popular ski spot
Ports
Prepares to propose
Pulled strings, maybe?
Reason for an ophthalmologist's visit
Reference
Register ring-ups
Repetitive behavior condition, for short
Return option
Roman ruler before Caesar
Rust-causing agents
Screenwriting guru Field
Sergeant's order
Setting of 'The Crucible'
She 'drank champagne and danced all night,' in song
Snorkeling bargain?
Spammer enabler
Spanish alternative?
Spotted scavenger
Starting trouble
Stephen Hawking's computer-generated voice?
Stomachs
Subj. of Snowden leaks
Suffix with age
Summer refreshers
Sweater, e.g
Tin can plinker, maybe
Tracking systems
Transportation company that skimps on safety?
Triangular sail
Tryst site
TV actress Graff
Two things seen beside James Bond at a casino?
Undeveloped
Up to, shortly
Use for a résumé
Vex
View from a boardwalk
What makes blue jeans blue
Wisecrack
Worth mentioning
___ cycle
'Oh yeah? Let's see you hold your breath for TWO minutes!,' e.g.?
'The Simpsons' character with a habit of calling things 'gnarly'
'Take me ___'
'She's got electric boots, a ___ suit' ('Bennie and the Jets' lyric)
'Ditto'
'That's ___!'
'What did ___ deserve this?'
'___ it rich?' (Sondheim lyric)
'___ no turning back'
46-Down division
Acting family
Actress Cuthbert of '24'
Addr. book datum
Altar no-shows
Artery
Bad beginning?
Band's cue
Be too syrupy
Better at conniving
Better qualified
Bodies of eau
Bowler and sailor
Bring in
Butler of literature
Buttonhole, for example
Call from a balcony
Candy bar that comes two to a pack
Challenge for a speech coach
Checked (out)
Cherry part
Church vessel
Coin grade
Comfortable state
Conk
Corkscrewed
County or lake of Cooperstown, N.Y
Crude coconut opener
Crude weapon
Director's cry
Dismantle on a ship
Draws
Dress accessory
Drive away
Dunking cookie
Dustin Hoffman title role
Duvel pub offering
Elizabeth Taylor role of '63
Enrobe
Eucharist holder
Even if, in brief
Fit to ___
Force under Stalin
Former 6'9' N.B.A.'er Hayes, to fans
French noodles?
Gingerbread house visitor
Grammy Awards airer
Handles
Heap
Highlands refusals

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