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New York Times crossword of January 9th, 2015 other clues
2012 film adaptation of 'Snow White'
'Blessed ___ ...' (1971 Joan Baez album)
'Inside the Actors Studio' topics
'Milk' man
'What we pay for civilized society,' per Oliver Wendell Holmes
1978 arcade classic from Japan
Angular acceleration symbol
Aspic ___ (savory French dish)
Auto engine pioneer
Bridle path sounds
Brought blessings upon oneself?
Cause for alarm
Checks for heat, say
Court no-nos
Department store window display
Deviate from Hoyle
Diplomatic triumphs
Dormant Turkish volcano
Driver's license info
Elvis impersonator's accessory
Emergency exit feature
Esophageal pouch
Famous Manhattan deli
Fire place?
Footwear brand since 1916
Gathers nuggets
Ginnie ___ (home loan source)
Give a damn?
Hearts and spades, e.g
Hunting school?
Inaugural addresses?
Indy 500 winner Bobby
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge locale, for short
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies capital
Law offices?
Long-ago greeting
Made a speedy return?
Made fully visible
Maker of Pixie Crinkles
Marks of adolescence
Mrs., abroad
Mutes, with 'down'
Not so filled out
Product introduced with the line 'And now, we're going to bring multi-touch to the market'
Refuse on the surface
Resin-yielding tree whose name comes from the Bible
Rigidly old-fashioned
Rolls in a field
Singular find
Slippery ___ (herbal remedy source)
The Great Pyramid was his tomb
They make up poetry
They're 'friendly' in an ad campaign
Thread in a series
What's manipulated in the crime known as 'clocking'
Where to find Darwin's tubercle
___ James, the so-called 'King of the Slide Guitar'

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