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'Hair of the dog' alternative crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 17th, 2007 other clues
'I ___ reason not to'
'The Night Listener' novelist
'Who ___?!'
Actor Alfred of stage and screen
Actress Graff and others
An old secretary might sit in one
Arrange alternately
Aviation entrepreneur Sir Freddie ___
Bars on bases
Brought honor to
Cameo choice
Con game
Conference member
Critic with an opposable thumb?
Criticizes impatiently
Dead center?
Fast food
French astronomer who wrote the seminal 'Celestial Mechanics'
Grab, slangily
Habitation obligations
Her 'Don't You Know' was a #1 R & B hit
Hydrotherapy option
It's sometimes mined
Like 2-Down: Abbr.
Line delivered before lines are delivered
Looming in the distance
Lucy-___ Museum in Jamestown, N.Y.
Magazine of the National Space Society
Masters of verse
Mutual fund category
N.Y.C. educ. inst. since 1926
Olympic skating champion between Kristi and Tara
One of four in mythology: Abbr.
One working on a canvas?
Operator of 17-Across, for short
Packhorse or mule
Paris Opera debut of 1928
Plays out
Pomade alternative
Potential result of a conflict of interest
Potter's field?
Preserves fruit
Racetrack habitué
Result of running off?
Ricoh rival
Roast ingredient?
Sites for fights
Small protest
Some Russians until the Emancipation Manifesto of 1861
Sophia Loren/Paul Newman comedy, 1965
Spoilage slower
Strong Greek wine
They have many cuts, typically
Tolstoy's 'Voyna i ___'
What a politician often avoids saying
Winked at

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