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New York Times crossword of January 24th, 2006 other clues
'Cleans like a white tornado' brand
'Fine by me'
'Laughing' animals
'Morning Edition' airer
'Now I see!'
'To be,' in Tours
'___ Angel' (1960 #1 hit)
10 C-notes
1952 Olympics site
1960's TV's 'The Ghost and Mrs. ___'
Accompaniment for a madrigal
Actor Stephen
American or Swiss
Anthem with both English and French lyrics
Best-selling 'Workout' video maker
Cake decorator
Choice words
Communications officer on 'Star Trek'
Compos mentis
Composer Rorem
Deli loaf
E. J. ___ Jr., longtime writer for The New Yorker
Entree served with a ladle
Far from elite
Genetic strand
Gets tiresome
H. Rider Haggard novel
Half of Hispaniola
Hosiery brand
How a psychologist might start over?
Humorist Bombeck
It may be played in elevators
Jacob's twin
Kind of vision
Lender terms: Abbr.
M.D., e.g.
Manage without assistance
Manila ___
Melted-cheese dish
MGM co-founder
Mustard city
New Year's Eve party hat, essentially
Not the most rewarding work
Polite response from a ranch hand
Pond organism
Poplar tree
Pro's opposite
Psychologist sweethearts?
Psychologist's fast-food order?
Punctuation used for stress
Remove, as a hat
Ring of frangipani blossoms
San Rafael's county
Sea dog
Sharply piquant
Sleigh pullers
Smart aleck
Soldier who's nowhere to be found
Struck forcefully
The Tower of London was one
These can be vital
Waiter's offering
Wake-up times, for short
What a psychologist does at midnight in a motel pool?
Wicker material
Win over
___, amas, amat ...

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