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New York Times crossword of January 13th, 2004 other clues
'Have ___ and a smile' (old slogan)
'Vacancy' sign site
'___ #1!'
'___ Irish Rose'
A.F.L. merger partner
Antiquing agent
Archaeologist's find
Author of 59-Across
Bellhop's burden
Bongo or conga
Brazilian hot spot
Bus. aides
Capital of Ghana
Circusgoers' sounds
Classic soda brand
Claudius's successor
Concert halls
Diarist Frank
Director of 59-Across
Doc's needle
English assignment
Ex-champ Mike
Extinct bird
Fiber source
Forest name
Frasier's brother
Free of problems
From the top
Fundamentally
Genetic stuff
Glittering, like a diamond
Gloppy stuff
Got 100 on
Group values
Hajji's destination
Half an Orkan farewell
Hamilton's bill
Highlander
III, to Jr.
Integra maker
It's no bull
Latin 101 verb
Like bell-bottoms, nowadays
List ender
Little bit
Malay Peninsula's Isthmus of ___
Mtn. stat
Music featured in 59-Across
Narc's discovery
Nimitz or Halsey: Abbr.
Olive ___
Opens, as a gate
Paint crudely
Pampering, briefly
PBS funder
PC component
Plumlike fruits
Proceed à la Captain Kirk?
Radio personality ___ Quivers
Repeated words in a famous soliloquy
Ring victories, for short
River regulator
Saragossa's river
Slangy refusal
Special Forces cap
Star of 59-Across
Suffix with Peking
Theme of this puzzle, with 'A'
Tibia's locale
Tiff
Understand
Whistle blasts
Wine: Prefix
Wipe clean
Wombs

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