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New York Times crossword of January 1st, 2003 other clues
Friend of Rover
Get prone
Hammett pooch
Hand warmer?
Hind, e.g.
Hot time in Paris
Iron Mike
It may be hard or soft
It may be raw
Judge too highly
Just fine
Like a big grin
Like seven Ryan games
Marathon, e.g.
Mark with blotches
Norwegian king
Not so remote
Oyster's home
Papas on the screen
Part of Q.E.D.
Pipe joint
Podded plants
Resistance unit
Response to an insult
Rest area sight
Santa Anna at the Alamo, e.g.
Seaside raptor
Send forth
Set of principles
Setting for a famous 'Les Misérables' scene
Sigmoid shape
Smoothed (out)
Soft shoe
South Vietnam's Ngo Dinh ___
Stair parts
Star of France
Start of a comment on a popular adage
Take stock of
They may be crunched in a gym
Three-time Wimbledon champ
Thus far
To be, to Bernadette
Usher's offering
Vein find
Young newt
Zoologist's study
'___ fast!'
'Dixie' composer
'I'm impressed!'
'The Mikado' accessories
'What was ___ do?'
'You betcha!'
45, e.g.
Alamo defender
Arrange into new lines
Bad way to go?
Bounds along
Brunch order
C.S.A. state
Certain column
Certain sorority woman
Chilled dessert
Circle overhead?
Comment, part 2
Comment, part 3
Comment, part 4
Conductor Koussevitzky
Cries of pain
Czars' edicts
End of the comment
Favor one side?
Flit about

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