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Home of the Calendar Islands, once thought to total 365 in number crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 13th, 2007 other clues
'Jabberwocky' opener
'Just So Stories' author's first name
1956 cult film from overseas
Adirondack chair part
Aesop character with a country cousin
Be angry
Blind, in a way
Blue ___
Brickmaking company
Brown condiment
Capacitance units
Children's author who was a regular contributor to Punch
Chlorophyll-containing microorganism
Country name retired in 1949
Court stat
Cross references?
Detectives check them
Device that contains an electromagnet
Elton John hit that begins 'Guess there are times when we all need to share a little pain'
Exclusive meeting
Folk wisdom
Free throw, e.g.
French rococo artist Watteau
Frost lines
God worshiped in ancient Thebes
Got credit for
Had a tough time deciding
Hospital dogsbody
It lays its eggs in others' nests
Itch cause
Kansas State athletes
Landscaping supplies
Like some air fresheners
Most widespread
Napoleon, e.g.
Nation of 181 square miles
National instruments of Guatemala
Not quite on time
One that picks up the kids?
People in trees
Putts that might be conceded
Seriously break the trust of, slangily
Some chocolate
Some Tate Modern pieces
Spain's San Isidro and others
Spanish rice ingredient
Teen affliction
The Christian Science Monitor founder
They make tracks
When there's no other option
___ 500, annual list of the fastest-growing private companies

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