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'Ha!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 10th, 2009 other clues
'The Good German' actor, 2006
252-gallon measures
'___ che penso' (Handel aria)
Land rover
Let off
Like sunbeams
Literally, 'roof lizard'
Magazine article
Main engagement?
Member of the first state to adopt Christianity as its religion
Morgiana's storied master
Nero's homeland
Oft-repeated words
Oil-rich South American basin
One side in the Battle of Marathon
Person at home
Piece of pie, often
Poem of 31 syllables in five lines
Quick round of tennis
Ready to move
Regimen with 'cardio bursts'
Remain close
Rigel, for one
River to the Yangtze
River with an alphabetical-sounding name
Safecrackers, slangily
Scandalize, e.g.
See through at last
Style of envelope for greeting cards
The United States, to some prospective immigrants
___ Bones of 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'
Asian language with 14+ million speakers
Area between forest and prairie, e.g.
Best in one's position
Bit of a bluff
Brilliantly colored food fish that changes hues when removed from the water
C relative
Calm, say
Computer prefix meaning 2 to the 40th power
Corrupting influence
Cotton Club standout of the '30s
Cut off
Defeat quickly and overwhelmingly
Doesn't bother
Dress cuts
Dyslexic TV host with a college degree in speech therapy
Eagle, e.g.
Early South Carolina senator Thomas
Food carried by doves
Foot-long stretchers
Game played with a piquet deck
Hank Williams or Nat King Cole
Irreparably cracked
It's under a top
Kind of fin on a fish
Kites, e.g.

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