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New York Times crossword of January 5th, 2001 other clues
Moment of truth
Near Eastern inn
Novelty item in comic book ads
One may work with oils
Parlor piece
Picked up
Place runners?: Abbr.
Popular, in a way
Provides a seat for
Rocked the boat
Schoolmaster, to the classroom
Shoe box marking
Short holidays?
Siamese, e.g.
Significant others
Sticks together
Swamp snapper
Units of wisdom?
Venice-to-Naples dir.
Wear a long face
Welder's wear
Word after family or object
'Howards End' role
'The Birth of a Nation' group
'The Fugitive' star of 60's TV
A bed in the kitchen?
Any of the Magi
Atlanta Rhythm Section's 'Do ___ Die'
Atlas abbr.
Basketball Hall-of-Famer Hawkins
Batting stat.
Calendario opener
Cry before a fall
Developing solution
Egg holders: Abbr.
Expert in bryophytes
First name in architecture
French Symbolist Odilon ___
Gas guzzler
Go on ___ (rampage)
He used to follow the news
In the cards
Is out, in a way
It may be on a roll
Koh-i-___ (106-carat diamond)
Le Carré's Leamas
Lies down
Like some urges
Listen to one's gut?

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