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New York Times crossword of January 20th, 2003 other clues
Dictator Amin
Drinker's total
Ending with sched-
Extra wager
Eye amorously
Fit to be eaten
Former N.B.A. star Danny
Frist's predecessor as Senate majority leader
Group of three
Hermann who wrote 'Steppenwolf'
Hidden means of support?
Horticulturist who developed the Shasta daisy
In the midst of
Initial stake
It may follow grade school
J.F.K.'s successor
Jai ___
Korean leader Syngman ___
Lean slightly
Life stories, for short
Light bite
London privies
Mozambique's locale: Abbr.
Nest builder
Noted French Dadaist
Oolong, for one
Poison ivy symptom
Polar jacket
Princess topper
Put off, as a motion
Ring up?
Scott Joplin piece
Sky color, in Paris
Spanish gold
Stick out
Summer ermine
Tennis champ Pete
Tennis score after deuce
Terra ___
The 'L' of L.C.D.
To whom Muslims pray
Trojan War epic
Was remunerative
Writer ___ Stanley Gardner
X's, in Greece
___ good example
1965 Roger Miller hit
'-er' or '-ing,' e.g.: Abbr.
'College' member who votes for president
'Norma Rae' director
'___ to break it to you, but ...'
007 player Roger
2000 Green Party candidate
22-Down's state: Abbr.
A truck may go uphill in it
Actors Robbins and Allen
After midnight, say
As a twosome, musically
Barely open
Be obsequious (to)
Channel swimmer Gertrude
City in northern France
City near Fort Lauderdale
Coal-mining city of West Virginia
Cosmetician Lauder
Cut, as wood
Dems.' foes

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