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January birthstones crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 9th, 2011 other clues
Photo lab abbr.
Boutros Boutros-___ (former U.N. chief)
Photo mishap
Burl of stage and song
Cathedral city of England
Picking up the dry cleaning, say
Poetry fest
Causing the lips to pucker
Commercially prized ducks
Popular I.S.P.
Country addresses: Abbr.
Proficient
Creates slippery conditions, in a way
Queen in 'The Lion King'
Rattan worker
Credit's counterpart
Crowning points
Reached base horizontally
Director Kurosawa
Role in Bizet's 'The Pearl Fishers'
Discontinued Chevrolet model
Roman 901
Droopy
Rousing
Flock's locale
Selective high-school org.
German's one
Some hotels
Gossipy Hopper
Something that may be shot on a golf course
Great-grandfather of Noah
Sonnet subject
Hall-of-Fame hoopster Dan
Tackle, in a way
ID-requiring purchase
The lady's
Island whose name is another word in this puzzle spelled backward
Theater section
It breaks in the morning
It might have the heading 'Re:'
Tilt
Tops
Two or three
Kink removal
Large crock
Waning ... or a hint to what is found by circling all the T's in the completed puzzle
Least sweet, as wine
Ward of 'Sisters'
Letter before Peter in an old phonetic alphabet
What people often do for pictures
Like brains
Worrying, for one
Like most car radios
Writers Lowell and Tan
Lincoln, e.g., before he was pres.
___ flu
Massey of old movies
___ France
Meddle (with)
___ Linda, Calif.
Nagging pain
Not new
Not up
On cloud nine
2000 World Series locale
'Dallas' matriarch
'Norma ___'
'You got that right!'
'___ alternative ...'
'___ dreaming?'
39-Down and others, for short
African antelope
Anger
Anti-honking ordinance, e.g.
Auburn heads?
Bob Dylan song ... or a hint to the object found by connecting the four circled letters in a diamond
Bourbon and others: Abbr.

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