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New York Times crossword of January 4th, 2004 other clues
'All in the Family' spinoff
'Cats' monogram
'I do' preceder
'The NeverEnding Story' writer
'You're asking me?'
'___ you not'
1930's film canine
1962 Jackie Gleason movie
1965 #1 hit '___ of Destruction'
1983 Super Bowl designation
1990's pact
80-Across, in English
About 10% of New Zealanders
Accident cause
Actress Beulah
Analogy part
Announcement inside the front door
Automotive pioneer's initials
Belts a line drive
Bicycle mechanic?
Blast furnace fuel
Bond yield: Abbr.
Boring article
Brian of the original Roxy Music
Came together
Chinese port also called Xiamen
Closer to its prime
Colo. Springs-to-Santa Fe direction
Corp. shares
Defunct women's magazine
Der ___ Fritz (Friedrich the Great)
Dimwit's brain size
Doesn't do just an outline of
Dry cleaner?
Early progress
Econ. indicator
Electrical inspector?
Faith, Hope or Charity
Festoons a tree with bathroom rolls, briefly
Film ___
Friend's addressee, maybe
Furniture cover
Getaway driver?
Goal of a tryout
Gobble (down)
Goddess whom Homer called 'rosy-fingered'
Had control of
Halloween bagful
Have control of
Home to over a billion
Host holders
Humans and apes, e.g.
Hustling places
I or II, e.g.
It can make molehills out of mountains
It's often masked
Kind of arch
Land on the Yellow Sea
Lawn additive
Like wine barrels
Likelier to win a baby contest
Lost traction
Loud, as a crowd
Love figure
MGM motto start
MoMA display
Monopoly props.
Mother of Castor and Pollux
Music genre
None-too-subtle encouragement
Not hold back
Not yet done
Old comic actress ___ Janis
One with a flag
Orients a certain way
Parade stopper
Part of a low straight
Peach or plum
Pipe type
Prefix with phobia
Prefix with transmission
Prepare for camp, say
Prepared, as pears
Pulpit's locale
Purse filler
Q.E.D. part
R.D.A. label requirer
Radio knob: Abbr.
Roaster's spot
Rodeo tie
Security procedure
Shepherd's charge
Sign up for an offering
Site of many tie-ups
Some Dodges
Something that's picked
Spade portrayer
Stored computer images, for short
Suffix with phosphor
Support group?
Swed. neighbor
Tai ___
Teams in the West
Took advantage of
Trade talk
Tre + tre
Tube plug
U.K. foe
U.S./Eur. link
Venus, e.g.
Vidi, translated
Wall St. initials
Warning to a puzzle doer
Western Indian
Woman, to a waiter
Work with feet
Wrinkled, maybe
___ Gritty Dirt Band

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