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New York Times crossword of January 22nd, 2005 other clues
Set pieces?
Sign of hostility
Sign of warm affection
Small ticks?
Sole options
Some touch screens, briefly
Some tributes
Start to care?
Starting breakfast drink
System for servers
Tartar sauce ingredient
Terraplane's predecessor, in old autodom
The Phoenix of the Southern Conference
Travels freely around the world
Two-time L.P.G.A. champ born in Korea
Unveiling phrase
W.W. II org.
Weapon that Reagan called the 'Peacekeeper'
With 27-Down, like some letters
Z stands for it in electronics
Employer of Walter Cronkite and David Brinkley, once
End of many a string
English novelist Barbara
Governmental suffix
Grp. that has agony over ecstasy?
Hit hard
Ideal for engines and audio equipment
It provides a light finish
Kind of glass
Kind of torch
Knock, with 'at'
Lament of Lady Capulet
Land development?
Large amount of fudge?
Like mustangs, for example
Like Schubert's Mass No. 2
Love, as 'thou' might do in a hymn
Native of a European capital
No small favor
Not forced
Not keep one's feelings pent up
Org. for the Denver Gold and Chicago Blitz
People who call themselves the Diné
Pep pills?
Pigeonlike birds
Prime time follower
Primitive capacitor
Range part: Abbr.
Record keeper's concern
See 52-Down
1995 Robin Williams film
'The Last Days of Pompeii' heroine
Advocate of 'justicialismo'
Antarctica's ___ Ice Shelf
Baja cuisine
Book part
Contemporary travel convenience
Cover-up at the highest levels?
Doc ___, Spider-Man foe
'Breaking ___ Hard to Do'
'Hallelujah, ___ Bum' (Al Jolson film)

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