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New York Times crossword of January 17th, 2002 other clues
'The Tempest' sprite
48-Across's look
Barbara of 'Gone With the Wind'
Algonquian-speaking people
Bad witch, e.g.
Base of a crocus stem
Beehive, e.g.
Big California industry
Cause of some spots
Christmas wish
Classical symbol of wisdom
Comics canine
Doesn't just please
Donizetti's 'Tornami a dir che m'ami,' e.g.
Dove with a Pulitzer
Evergreen oak
Feminizing suffix
Fighting words
Fighting words
Five-time U.S. Open champ
Flow out
Football Hall-of-Famer Dawson
Go with the wind
Good witch of note
Haloed one, in Le Havre
Hand demand?
Hanged Irish patriot
Having southerly breezes
It may be shown on a tree
It may get stuffed: Abbr.
Just barely
Kind of comb
Lewis Carroll and others
Lieutenant: Abbr.
Look closely
Necessity for an opening act?
Old radio's 'My Friend ___'
One with a yen
Place to feel a jet stream?
Raced down?
Rest stop sights
Reworking of old material
See 52-Down
Smelly smoke
Sofer of soaps
South American capital
Stevenson scoundrel
Sushi selection
The Little Giant
They may fill yards
Threaten to fall
Trips overseas
Vaulted area, perhaps
What 17- and 54-Across indicate
With 27-Across, Fort Lee, e.g.
Yemen's capital
___ particle
___ Pensacola (mil. center)

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