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New York Times crossword of January 1st, 2013 other clues
'99 Luftballons' singer, 1984
'Holy Toledo!'
'It's f-f-freezing!'
Above, in Berlin
Acquired with little or no effort
All-time career batting average leader
Art movement for Picasso
Artist Chagall
Beginning of summer?
Big book
Canopy tree
Car sticker fig
Comment from a kvetcher
Dacha or villa
Disclosure to a loan applicant: Abbr
Early Great Plains residents
Early Michael Jackson hairstyle
End-of-semester doings
Equine : horse :: vulpine : ___
Fruity iced beverage
Hit it off with
House in Havana
Jazz style
Jerry of stage and screen
Jetsam locale
Knit fabric in lingerie and swimwear
Legal tender
LG Electronics competitor
Like a fly ball off the foul pole
Loss of faculties
Lucy Lawless title role
Made a random selection, in a way
Mountain ridge
Move on casters
Nuptial vow
Old Russian leaders
Old-time actress Nita
Omnia vincit ___
Quarterback Troy
Rapper with the #1 album 'Hip Hop Is Dead'
Rickover known as the Father of the Nuclear Navy
Rock used to make sparks
Role for diminutive Verne Troyer in 'Austin Powers' films
Runners of experiments
Salsa singer Cruz
Scrooge player Alastair
See 18-Across
See 23-Across
See 37-Across
Signs of spring
Stockyard call
Storm tracker
Sunny rooms
Time's Person of the Year for 2008 and 2012
Tree in many street names
Tribe encountered by Lewis and Clark
TV's Sue ___ Langdon
U.S. capital and environs
Unsophisticated sorts
When doubled, a Gabor
With 39-Across, signer of the 23-/51-Across
With 51-Across, presidential order signed on January 1, 1863
With 61-Across, goal of Frederick Douglass and Harriet Beecher Stowe
___-Detoo of 'Star Wars'

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