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New York Times crossword of January 3rd, 1999 other clues
'A Modest Proposal' writer
'A Modest Proposal' writer
'A rat!'
'Have some'
'Stille ___' (Christmas carol)
'___ had it!'
1945 newsmaking site
1950's trial
1959 pop/folk hit
Affectation
An eye for an eye, but also...
Asia's ___ Sea
Attic pic
Australian port
Avian chatterer
Bass ___
Beats badly
Big flop
Bisect
Blow away
Break
Cabinet item
Cannes cleric
Carol contraction
Certain shark
Chase flies
Choice word
Comet, e.g.
Contemporary of Agatha
Crafty
Cuba or Mallorca
Days of old
Delayed
Designed for flight
Do unto others as you would have others do unto you, but also...
Do, say
Don't judge a book by its cover, but also...
Easily tamed birds
Encouraging sounds
Envelope closer
Euroflier
Faint
Farm females
Farm team
Figured out
First aid equipment
First Amendment lobbyists, for short
First name in architecture
Foreign attire
Gleeful
Going away statement
Good things come in small packages, but also...
Gossipy Barrett
He who hesitates is lost, but also...
Hershey brand
Ice station attire
Inched
Intangible qualities
It may be dominant
Jacques's pen pals, maybe
Jenna of TV's 'Dharma and Greg'
Joanne Woodward Oscar-winning role
Kind of center
Kind of cloth
Kind of party
Kind of prof.
Kinsmen
Lady's beau
Lake Michigan port
Last names separator
Latitude
Letters in a line score
Like a certain band
Like an attractive apartment
Like earnings in some reports
Like most cable news programs
Little hoppers
Long woven scarf
Lucky tip?
María Cristina, for one
Mekong native
Merciless one
Miff
Moravian, e.g.
Mount
N.C.A.A.'s Cavaliers
Narrow way
Not so nice
Old-fashioned
Ones getting a licking?
Part of French 'to be'
Parts of a military defense
Per ___
Pig
Polish sci-fi author
Port opening
Professional school hurdle: Abbr.
Put down
Radio antennas
Raises
Rake
Reagan Secretary of State
Rebbe's locale
Screen blinker
Serving well
Set the pace
Shuttlecock
Side order
Sleep phenomena
Snort
Some Latin, for lovers
Sorta: Suffix
Spats
Sugar suffix
Temper
Tender spots
The Finn man
The squeaky wheel gets the grease, but also...
Theater souvenir
They can sleep while you watch
They're seen at going-away parties
Till fill
Title role for Jodie Foster
Tolerates
Tommy Lee Jones portrayal, 1994
Took off
Tramload
TV listings
Two's company, three's a crowd, but also...
Two-star
UFO crew
Unusually excellent
Valuable
Verdi's 'Caro nome,' e.g.
What juice comes out of
When doubled, a Washington city
With convenience
Word of possibility
Works of 103-Down
Wrangler's concern
___ Bator
___-eyed

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