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'Gentleman's Agreement' actress Holm crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 13th, 2002 other clues
Owl's hangout
Pandora's boxful
Parking garage mishaps
Parts of gals.
Poker player's declaration
Popular references
Prefix in many winter product names
Primitive adders
Provide an address
Remorseful one
Rodeo rope
Santana's first hit, 1970
Scottish fashion designer's showing?
Second commandment no-no
See 98-Down
Shell alternative
Sir of pop
Sitcom character who lived with the Tanners
Site of a blue light, maybe
Slave's job
St. Teresa's birthplace
Stop being obstinate
Supermarket spots
SuperStation initials
Supposed to be
The 'R' in Roy G. Biv
Family life, figuratively
Fictional investigator Travis ___
Figure skater known as 'The Golden Girl'
Former Israeli leader ___ Eshkol
Four seasons in Seville
Gallic girlfriend
Geisha wear
Go to pieces
Granada greeting
Hang out
Hawaiian tuber
Hold up
In the old days
Is a night watchman?
It might be rigged
It's usually made from a 109-Down
Japanese computer giant
Lake along which I-90 runs
Like some stock markets that show early trends
Limitless quantities
Marty's role in 'Young Frankenstein'
Mickey Mouse club?
Miracle site in John 2:1
Model Chow
Morsel for a sea snail
Neighbor of Djibouti
Old rival of 105-Across
One of the Balearic Islands
Ones guarding cages
They're uplifting
They, to Thiers
Throat dangler
Tom Clancy subj.
Tony winner Diana
Town destroyed during W.W. I
Tropical flavor
Twice, in music
Unpleasant feeling
VCR feature
W.W. II site
Where artists mix
Wind-swept hill
Word derived from Malay for 'jungle man'
Yerba ___, original name of San Francisco
Zorro garb
___ el Amarna, Egypt
___ room
'I wouldn't bet on it!'
'Jaws' boat
'Leave It to Beaver' boy
'Naughty, naughty!'
'___ date!'
'___'Clock Jump' (1937 hit)
1994 Peace Nobelist
Accessory for a hood
Accordion feature
Actor George who won an Oscar for 'Disraeli'
Amp attachment
An elephant has a big one
Andalusian aunts
Answer (for)
Army member
Article for Mozart
Award for 'The Zoo Story'
Bad coffee klatches?
Bayside footballer
Become friendlier
Beer dispenser at a tailgate bash?
Biggest blowhard at the Alamo?
Bogotá babies
Bridges and others
Changes at the salon
Christina's dad
Clueless one's response
Cocktail dress?
Color TV pioneer
Cross, maybe
Custard-filled dessert
Daisy Mae's heart's desire
Designer for Jackie
Dives into a project
Doing great, after 'on'
Don't belong together
Dorm room staple
Draped dress
Earn more, say
Egg hunt?
Expose, poetically

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