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New York Times crossword of February 13th, 2014 other clues
'Evangeline' locale
'Modern Family' actor
'Glee' girl
1963 movie with the tagline 'Everybody who's ever been funny is in it!'
1968 Beatles hit
Added stipulations
Almond ___ (candy brand)
Arabic name meaning 'highly praised'
Asset for a mimic
Backs, as a front
Big hit
Big name in plastic
Boxster competitors
Carrier of plates?
Caused a stir
Cinco follower
City known as 'Florence on the Elbe'
Come up again, as a web page
Cry of mock incredulity
Earth sci
Flying without ___
Golfer ___ Pak
Hold forth
Italian actress Cardinale
Justice Dept. division
Justice Dept. division
Like the first two 'Brandenburg' Concertos
Macbeth or Macduff
Marseille mates
Member of the familia
Meter reading
More easygoing
Musical middle name
Nabokov novel after 'Lolita'
Nickname for Michael Jordan, with 'His'
Nine-digit ID
One on the move
One way to stand
Pitcher's woe
Plotter's place
Prefix with -form
River through Pomerania
Sources of wool
Sportscaster who lent his name to a popular video game series
Statement preceding a blunt truth
Summer drink
The Jetson boy
Time spent doing time, say
Titian subject with Bacchus
Title girl in a children's book series set in Paris
Wash. neighbor
Wedding staple
Welcome to one's home
What shouldn't follow you?
___ loss
___ the custom (traditionally)

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