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New York Times crossword of January 6th, 2013 other clues
'60s prez
'Done, O.K.?!'
'How ___!'
'Just like that!'
'Les ___' (Berlioz opera based on the 'Aeneid')
'Let us part, ___ the season of passion forget us': Yeats
'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' writer and star
'Norwegian Wood' strings
'That's ___-brainer'
10,000,000 ergs
15%-er: Abbr
1942 Bette Davis film
1978 Bob Fosse Broadway revue
3.14159..., for pi
A Bobbsey twin
Advice to a base runner
Alternative to a bus
Bad sign for a traveler?
Baku resident
Baseball 'twin killings,' for short
Beetles, briefly
Bit of negativity?
Blond bombshell of '50s TV
Breed of cat or dog
Brynner of 'Taras Bulba'
Cameo, for one
Carol starter
Cat's dogs?
Chicago's county
Chip away at
Choices of time
Constellation near Scorpius
Court statistic
Department store department
Designer Mizrahi
Downsized uprights
Ending with psych-
Far-out experience
Fifth tone
Fix one's eyes
Gave the thumbs-down
Gibson of 'The Beaver'
Go downhill, in a way
Grows old
Head of London
Heir, maybe, but not an heiress
Here, in Juárez
Hit 1944 film starring a 12-year-old actress
Home of the world's largest naval base
Israeli weapon
It may be tightly coiled
It's S. of S. Dak
Its capital is Yellowknife: Abbr
James Bond's childhood home
Kardashian spouse Lamar ___
Kazakhstan, once: Abbr
Kevin of 'Weeds'
Kid's game with a ball
Ladderlike in arrangement
Land of Zion?
Late '60s and early '70s, politically
Lawyers' cases, maybe
Like 'Knocked Up' and 'The Hangover'
Like pulp fiction
Make, as one's way
Mich. neighbor
Miss identification?
More ridiculous
Mrs. Mitt Romney
Mumbai title
NetZero competitor
Northern California's ___ River
Old lad's wear
One at a sidebar
One of Mozart's?
One-named pop singer
Onetime enemy
Paragraph symbol
Pastoral poem
Place for runners
Prop up
Provide a place to stay
Quarter back?
Ralph in the Baseball Hall of Fame
Reggae's ___ Kamoze
Rembrandt van ___
Remove from a mailing list, informally
Represent at a costume party
Scott of 'Hawaii Five-0'
Seemingly forever
Shot blocker
Singer/songwriter Laura
Sir abroad
Slammin' Sammy
Solitaire unit
Some Swedish models
Somewhat, informally
Sports org. of the early 2000s
Squeeze for dough
Start to make a living from something
Statehouse resident, informally
Subj. of the 2008 biography 'Traitor to His Class'
Subtitle of 'Star Wars Episode IV'
Supersize, say
The N.F.L.'s ___ Burress
To say, in Spanish
U.S.A. neighbor
Until now
Vet, at times
W.W. II marine threat
Well-intentioned activist
West Coast beer, familiarly
What some goggles provide
Where springboks graze
Wine taster's destination
Wreak havoc on
Yukon and Tahoe, for short
___ minute

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