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New York Times crossword of January 14th, 2009 other clues
'Beetle Bailey' dog
'___ Mine' (1957 hit by the Platters)
'That's ___ ...'
'Lost time is never found again,' e.g.
'Winnie the Pooh and Tigger ___'
'___ te llamas?' (Spanish 101 question)
A minimus is the smallest one
Actress Arlene
Actress Zellweger
Alphabet trio
Autos for test-driving
Bad behavior
Badlands sight
Be in the red
Blow away
Boxer Willard defeated by Jack Dempsey for the world heavyweight title
Buckwheat's affirmative
Bygone Apple laptop
Capital of Jordan
Cheese for French onion soup
Chose, as lots
Cincinnati-to-New York dir.
Contents of a lode
Critic Roger
Pip at the start of 'Great Expectations,' e.g.
Prefix with -gon
Ritz-___ hotels
Sault ___ Marie
Singer Frankie
Sub at the office
Subtly suggests
Talks one's head off
Uncle of fiction
You don't want it beaten out of you
Zagat's readers, informally
Egg: Prefix
Electric ___
Elite Eight org.
Expert at interpreting a text
Flowerpot material
Grassy plain
Hair lacking care
Hammarskjöld of the U.N.
Highest European volcano
Holds back
Inspiration for Hunter S. Thompson
Instrument you blow into
Isaac Bashevis Singer story '___ the Yeshiva Boy'
It may be hidden under a shirt
It's 'ascending' in a Vaughan Williams piece
Justin Timberlake's former group
La mer, e.g.
Low-lying wetland
Man-eating shark
Money-saving restaurant offer
Moo ___ pork
Not budging
Off-Broadway awards
One of two in a 47-Across
Orange or plum

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