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New York Times crossword of January 26th, 2003 other clues
Crooner with a megaphone
Detailed description
Disease fighter
Divers' gear
Driver's job
Driving hazard
E-mail address ending, maybe
Egg on
Elocutionist's phrase
Fair-hiring letters
Family name in Olympic skiing
Family that originally owned the Cadillac company
Filled to excess
First-aid supply
Fit for farming
Former Integra maker
Garb for grads
Goes off
Great time
Gridiron feint
Hair color
Hawkish deity
Hitting opportunity
Hockey no-nos
It may be picked up in a locker
It won't keep you up
It's done with a twist
Jane Eyre's pupil
Poetic adverb
Potential lifesaver
Preachers' targets
Preparation for surgery, perhaps
Preschooler's instruction
Prima ballerina
Prison term
Prize since 1949
Put away
Raines of 'Hail the Conquering Hero'
Reason for compensation
Rocker Glenn
Round opening?
Russia's Itar-___ news agency
Satirist Freberg
Skiing style
Slapstick, e.g.
Small dresses, sizewise
So-called page-oner
Some jeans
Something to shoot for
Somme saison
Speed demon
Sporty Chevy, informally
Star of 'Youngblood,' 1986
Stone marker
Store sign
Strip lighting
Sushi offering
T. ___
Taken in
Thomas Nelson Page's 'In ___ Virginia'
Bellini heroine
Body of art
Behaving sheepishly?
Junk bond rating
Kind of position
Knife pitched on TV
Lab sound
Letters on some pumps
Like non-oyster months
Lines of thought, for short?
Linger at a bookstore
Low woman?
Mach 2 fliers
Machine piece
Milo of 'Ulysses,' 1967
Most impertinent
Mother of Helen of Troy
Move, in realtor-speak
Much-hyped contests
NASA's ___ Research Center
Odd mannerisms
Often-quoted line
On the other hand
One and only
Onetime capital of Poland
Outlet insert
Painter Andrea del ___
Pasta shape
Pasta shapes
Battery part
'___ on a hill cannot be hidden': Matt. 5:14
'Enough already!'
'I wanna!'
'The Gremlins' author
1936 Olympics hero
32-Down, bandwise
Angels' playing field
Antlered Eurasian animals
As written
Barn denizens
Baseball bigwigs
Baseball's Doubleday
Bow and arrow carrier
Bundestag vote
Busy as ___
Calls it quits
Came up
Canine's coat
Census datum
Church reading
Company with the old mascot Little Oil Drop
Comparatively superficial
Two-time U.S. Open winner
Vietnam's ___ Dinh Diem
Vintage wheels
What the Queen turns into in 'Snow White'
Word before and after 'oh'
___ Graham, 1940's-50's Cleveland QB

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