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New York Times crossword of January 8th, 2003 other clues
'How'm I doin'?' asker
Alan of 'Gattaca'
'That's amazing!'
'Relax, bro!'
'Hogwash!'
1996 A.L. Rookie of the Year
Approval of sorts
Arthur Murray lesson
Barely miss, as the golf cup
Become wizened
Beget
Bewildered
Beyond full
Brit's 'Baloney!'
Cause of inflation?
Charlottesville sch.
Cheer
Clipper feature
Common fraternity activity
Composer's basis
Cousin of a hawk
Coventry cleaner
Diary bit
Duchamp's movement
Edges (out)
Father of Esau
First name in Polish politics
First vice president
Friend of Pooh
Genomic matter
Take on
Takes off
Taking one's time on the green?
Trillionth: Prefix
Unhealthy-looking
Up the ante
Wanton look
Warty hopper
Zeroes (in on)
___ of Langerhans (pancreas part)
Grammy-winner Black
Hardly cheery
Hatcher of 'Lois & Clark'
Heads downtown?
Hemingway's Barnes
Horse operas
Improve one's golf game?
Inexperienced golfers?
iPod maker
Jukebox favorite
Kind of danish
Language from which 'thug' is derived
Like some noodle dishes
Like Vassar, now
Little spin
Loser to J.F.K.
Mach 1 breaker
Made level
Many a Swift work
Marbles, so to speak
Mary Kay competitor
Meter reading
Midori on the ice
Minute
Noncommittal response
Olympics broadcaster Jim
Place for a cap
Playing golf
PlayStation button
Potter's buys
Rasta's music
Rebellious Turner
Schuss, e.g.
Son of Cain
Sticky stuff

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