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New York Times crossword of January 4th, 2009 other clues
Jewish youth org.
Kind of situation
Last film directed by Cecil B. DeMille
Latin 101 verb
Leg up
Light purple
Like Australia's Outback
Like Polk, among U.S. presidents
Like shower rooms, often
Lopsided postseason result
Make a bow
Mandel of 'Deal or No Deal'
Manhattan neighborhood
Many a fish story
Many a lake cabin
Many-armed org.?
Milan's Santa Maria ___ Grazie
Mother of Helios
Music genre derived from punk rock
Mystery writer Buchanan
Nassau native
Newspaper section
Nickelodeon's 'Kenan & ___'
Nobelist Walesa
Nondairy milk source
Nonkosher sandwiches
Not going anywhere
Old man
Oliver Twist's request
One of Ty Cobb's record 295 in the A.L.
One who hardly gives a hoot?
One with two X's
'Call Me Irresponsible' lyricist
'Further ...'
'I can't hear you!'
'Goodness gracious!'
'It was ___ and stormy night ...'
'Night' writer
'Simmer down!'
'The X-Files' grp.
'Too rich for me'
'Tour' grp.
11th-century military hero
1976 #1 hit whose title follows the words 'There must be ...'
1997 horror film with the tagline 'If you can't breathe, you can't scream'
A dangerous thing to fall into
Activity at the dentist's
Afternoon serial, informally
Appliance attachment
Arctic diver
Arizona state birds
Asian capital whose trains offer oxygen masks
Author Morrison and others
Auto whose name is derived from a Zoroastrian deity
Bad look
Bank info: Abbr.
Batman's domain
Birthplace of Charles De Gaulle
Web code
Wisconsin city on Lake Michigan
Wonderland cake message
Word said before someone snaps
Word shouted to start a party
Work ___
Zoo heavyweight
___ Blake, player of Miss Kitty on 'Gunsmoke'
Book before Nehemiah
Brandy's TV name
Camp seat, maybe
Carol opener
Charlottetown's home: Abbr.
Chili con ___
Clear brandy
Countertop item
Curriculum ___
Diarist Anaïs
Emmy-winning actor Powers ___
Event first won by a Marmon Wasp
Experiment runner?
Film speed no.
Gabriel García Márquez best seller
Gardner of the silver screen
Golden calves
Having new tenants
Hoi ___
Home of Mount Ka'ala
Inflated heads
It comes before surgery
It might have an attachment
Place to sojourn
Playground retort
Pop maker?
Prefix with distant
Price qualifier
Puppeteer Tony
QB stats
Religious retreat
Renaissance family name
Rheinland city
Rome's ___ Way
Rubbed raw, say
Run up
Russian ballet company
Salad bar option
Shop device
Showed pain, in a way
Slangy turndown
Sprinter's assignment
Suffix with serf
Supermodel Bündchen
Takes responsibility for
Te ___
Tony, e.g.
Took steps
University of Missouri campus site
Untagged, say
Upper: Ger.
Vintage film channel
Wall St. credential
Was up

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