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Lounger's cover-up crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 6th, 2002 other clues
Is in the chair
It may be applied across the board
Japanese cartoon art
Keep from drying out, perhaps
Like some ex-dictators
Like some modesty
Makes a quick profit on
Mammal that has a permanent mark?
Mammal that lives in a cottonwood?
Mammal that takes orders?
Mammal that's a reward for hard work?
Mammal that's a severe critic?
Mammal that's trained by the author of 'Superfudge'?
Mammals that are merciful?
Mammals that are Mets fans?
Mammals with parts in 'Guys and Dolls'?
March events?
Marshal at Waterloo
Middle name in mystery
Milne's pessimist
Mimics a 41-Down
Miss Jean of stage and screen
More likely to break
Mountain, so to speak
Much-repeated words
Mushroom stems
Music of Oasis and Radiohead, e.g.
Natural nibbler
New hire
Nursery noise
One may be blighted
Overblown praise
Part of a krone
Part of U.S.D.A.: Abbr.
With carelessness
Word heard by Cratchit
You'll get a kick out of them
'You've got ___!'
'A Theory of Semiotics' author
'Mamma ___!'
'No ___' ('Piece of cake')
'To Live and Die ___'
'Yes, ___'
'___ said ...'
1957 Physics Nobelist Tsung-___ Lee
1972 Lemmon/Wilder comedy
A few Z's in Zaragoza
ABC News president, 1977-98
Actor Gibson
Army base near Petersburg, Va.
Asteroids producer
Baltic native
Barbary ___
Barely makes out
Broad bean
Burned out
California county or its seat
Carrier since 1948
Civil War inits.
Clinton defense secretary
Cloverleaf component
Comic Philips
Composition of some quartets
Compress, informally
Create afresh
Cross-referencing directive
Cut out
Cutting edge creator
Desktop arrow
Drive away
Drive away
Entombing, old-style
Fire places
First course at a German restaurant, maybe
Former annual TV award
Free of burdens
Frequent Hope/Crosby co-star
Get steamy
Gives in (to)
Hat, symbolically
Historical figure played by Robert De Niro
Infantry campsite
Insect feelers
Polish turnovers
Popular chocolate and marshmallow snack
Pound notes?
Prudential competitor
Punk icon Joey
Rent-a-car offering
Roman household spirits
Rub down
Ruminant's third stomach
Sen. Stevens of Alaska
Shakespeare title starter
Singer Carey
Sixth-century year
Some life jackets
Sports inits. since 1922
Staff of Life: Abbr.
Statistical subset
Stepped (across)
Sterile hybrids
Stick it out
Sticking points?
Strong, in Salerno
Talked up?
Tenuous fragment
Two, for one
Vivifies, with 'up'
Walter Scott's title
When the Great Lakes were formed
White-tailed birds

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