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New York Times crossword of January 27th, 2015 other clues
'In what way?'
Anthem contraction
'___ didn't!'
Africa's highest peak
Arizona's third-largest city
Babysitter's challenge
Babysitters' challenges
California's Big ___
Cash cache
Cavaliers of the N.C.A.A
Church address
Digital ___
Fancy pitcher
Food thickener
German W.W. I admiral
Gets the hang of
Girl in a 'Paint Your Wagon' song
Golden Age poet
Group you can rely on when it counts
Hebrew month
Home of the Bulls, informally
Hoppy brew
Hospital capacity
Hunting dog
Indian state whose name means 'five rivers'
Inning for closers
John Lennon's middle name
Karate schools
Lead zeppelins?
Letters after old dates
Like a 911 call: Abbr
Like a bad check
Like Death Valley
Like knockoff goods
Mae West or Cheryl Tiegs
Magazine written by 'the usual gang of idiots'
Maker of the face cream Regenerist
Not broadcast
Not thought through
Noted French encyclopedist
O'Hare info, for short
Olive genus
One and only
One who gives a hoot?
Open field
Opposite of NNW
Ordinal suffix
Part of a televised movie review
Parting, to Juliet
Place to moor a boat
Playwright Eugene
Poet who wrote 'This is the way the world ends / Not with a bang but a whimper'
Polish airline
Preaching to the ___
President who lived at Oak Hill
Puget Sound, e.g
Reason to wear earplugs
Recyclables container
Saturn or Mercury
Scouts earn them
Silently assented
Son of Kanga
St. Petersburg's home: Abbr
Starting point?
Tick off
Track shape
Trials and tribulations
Vandalize, e.g
White-tie event

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