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New York Times crossword of February 9th, 2008 other clues
'... outrageous fortune, ___ ...': Shak.
'Paradise Lost' illustrator
'The Gift of the Magi' hero
1847 tale of the South Seas
Agent Gold on HBO's 'Entourage'
Asian bowlful
Asked too much?
Basic exercise routine
Built up
Capo ___ capi (Bologna boss)
Cicero, e.g.
Classic 1934 novel set in Prohibition-era New York City, with 'The'
Come together
Dish describer
Fence-sitter's answer
Former major-league pitcher ___ Seo
Foundation with ties
Founding member of the Justice League
French mathematician Cartan
Grain sorghum with stout, leafy stalks
Growing problem?
Hanna-Barbera character
Home of Clarke College
Home of Waterloo: Abbr.
Hot spots
It can really bite
It covers six time zones
It doesn't help much when it's cold
It's pulled by una locomotora
Key word
Kingston pop
Lacking interest
Late afternoon, typically
Madison Avenue types
Middle third of a famous motto
Night table
One of the losers in the War of the Pacific
Pick-up and drop-off point: Abbr.
Plasma component
Plymouth-to-London dir.
Post codes?
Puts down
See 33-Down
Set right again
Some prayers
Standing out
State with the lowest high point (345 feet): Abbr.
Taxonomic suffix
The moon has one
Title robot in an Isaac Asimov short story
Where Mt. Suribachi is
With 15-Across, sites for some corals
Yarn variety
Zip providers
Zipped by
___ wonder (athlete known for a single great play)

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