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New York Times crossword of February 5th, 2010 other clues
Very rarely indeed
Windows options
'That's ___ quit!'
'... ___ will!'
'1, 2, 3' lead-in
'Gypsy' Tony winner
'O naked Moon full-___!': Browning
'Try someone else'
'___ of Simple Folk' (Seán O'Faoláin novel)
1972 Pulitzer winner for Commentary
1993 Grammy winner for Best Mexican-American Album
About 90% of people have one
Astra and Antara
Big-top worker with a big responsibility
Bruce Peninsula locale: Abbr.
Calls for a quick dispatch
Compass creation
Cry of accomplishment
Current device for a cop?
Doesn't buy, in a way
Drawn-out dissertations
Drop by quickly
Fan sounds
Fourth qtr. enders
Hardly ignorant of
Home of Samsung Tower Palace
Indochinese currency
Italian province or its capital
Jamal of jazz
Lane in a mall
Like an extradition transition
Loggers' contest
Maid in 'The Merchant of Venice'
Marine Corps candidates, it's said
Mexican play places
Mgmt. member
More than capable
Often-improved thing
Option for one's return
P.D. rank
Podiatric problem
Poison apple creator?
Quick surveys
Residents of some campus houses
Scarcely visible fingerprint
Sign of fitful sleep
Some tearoom equipment
Some tomatoes
Something left of center?
Spanish conquistadora ___ de Suárez
Start a hole
Stock option
Stored something for future use?
Summit success
They may get belted
They're often tipped on sidewalks
Title town in a 1945 Pulitzer-winning novel
Unseen surroundings

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