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'Happy Anniversary' writers crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 23rd, 2005 other clues
A new start?
Amazon menaces
Antique auto
Back from boating
Back from boating?
Barfly's binge
Be afraid to
Bel ___ cheese
Braille bit
Brewers' equipment
Cap ___ in the Baseball Hall of Fame
Certain posers
Chop alternatives
City served by McGhee Tyson Airport
Classic Darrell Hammond impersonation
Columbus, in N.Y.C.
Common locales for film brawls
Consequence of war
Contracted group
Copy, in a way
Creation of 1948
Critic with big sideburns
Duchamp contemporary
Egypt's Mubarak
Enamored of
English policy makers
Enjoying some fun
Famed New York eatery
Luxury Toyota
M-1 firers
Mama's boy
Mil. fliers
Most rough, at sea
Most withdrawn
Nasser's org.
Not prompt for
Office buildings often have them
On deck
Ones with degrees
Opposing force
Out there
Part of a road
PBS supporter
Pens, possibly
Place to buy ice cream
Play with robots
Playground section
Pond youngsters
Popular ice cream
Post-E.R. spot
Prefix with day or year
Psychedelic, in a way
Rest on top of
Rich man's wife, often
Schubert's Symphony ___ Minor ('Unfinished Symphony')
See 69-Across
Short drama
Smooth jazz feature
Family subdivisions
Favorite activity, slangily
Feudal estate
Fictional captain
Fortune profilee, for short
French inn
Get by
Get from ___ (progress slightly)
Go after
Goes up and down
Gotten slower with age
Here's a twist
Him, to Henri
In an entangled state
It's hit when making change
Italian car, briefly
Jacks and such
Jaipur title
Kind of bean
Kind of motel, slangily
Kind of particle
Kit-Kat component
Langston Hughes poem
LAX listing: Abbr.
Like some crosses
Like some windows
Live Aid founder Bob
Lively wits
Some sneakers
Sounded like an ass
Speak to the owner?
Stick-in-the-mud types
Stone memorial
Stuff in baskets
Taking a break
The Fleetwoods, for example
The one that got away?
Trendy New York area
Turn over
U.K. award
USA competitor
Usually low-paying work
Versailles votes
Visage on a fiver
With 52-Across, former 'Saturday Night Live' cast member
Word on a shoppe sign
Words of agreement
Work unit without much work
Yahoo competitor
Zero on the screen
'And how!'
'Finnegans Wake' wife
'Go on'
'Shallow ___' (2001 Jack Black movie)
'Sleep' and 'Spain,' for two
'That's gotta hurt!'
'What have I done?!'
'___ fault is it?'
1952 Olympics host
1959 #1 hit for the Fleetwoods

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