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New York Times crossword of February 14th, 2019 other clues
___ Rockefeller
Where to see two runners side by side
Serpentine swimmer
What to call un hombre
State flower of Indiana
Heaviest of the noble gases
Pepper used in mole sauce
Teeth not connected to jaws
"And how!"
On the briny
Dandy neckwear
"___ NewsHour"
LG product
Opera that famously ends with the line "La commedia è finita!"
"Spare" part
Potion container
___ Wallace, "Ben-Hur" author
"Dark Angel" star Jessica
Kickstarter figure
Desk tray labels
"Dallas Buyers Club" Oscar winner
Something checked on a questionnaire
One of the five founding nations of the Iroquois Confederacy
Fat remover, for short
Some bathroom postings ... or what the clues to 16-, 21-, 46- and 59-Across are?
Not stuffy
Mason's tool
"Watch it!"
Part of the Spanish conjugation of "to be"
Dune transport
First car to offer seatbelts (1950)
Ilhan ___, one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress
Goes from liquid to solid, say
Show with noted alumni, for short
"See ya!"
Off-roader, in brief
Out of the strike zone, in a way
Product whose introduction was music to people's ears?
Group of friends
Abbr. in a cockpit
The Alamo had a famous one
"Can you ___?" (classic cologne catchphrase)
The planets, e.g.
Immune system defender
___ Toby, character in "Twelfth Night"
Part of a stove
Pakistani restaurant owner on "Seinfeld"
Blind spot?
"Whither ___ thou?": John 16:5
Milli ___ (1980s-'90s pop duo)
"Methinks," in texts
[It's gone!]
Words of empathy
When repeated, a classic of garage rock
Nighttime woe
Like the dawn sky
Lead-in to load or lift
Our: Fr.
Overthrow, e.g.
Court oath affirmation
Morning coat

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