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New York Times crossword of February 24th, 2002 other clues
Five-time All-Pro QB Luckman
For one
Former Celtic star's recent recipe?
Frogner Park's home
Garbage hauler
Get together
Give a piece of one's mind
Giving the go-ahead
Glossy brown fur
Go to
Hero's love
Holiday party, say
Hurricane sound
Illegal parker's concern
Island crossed by the Equator
It may be thrown in a ring
Jet set
Job that helps ease friction
Kind of farmer
La ___
Light dish at a Halloween party?
Like a wake
Look closely
Main part of an order
Mice catchers
Mineral used for insulation
Musical Shaw
Ordinary guy
Out of whack
Strike from a list
The yoke's on them
Theologian Kierkegaard
They may be heaved
Thinking about destructive insects?
Thomas of 'That Girl'
Timetables, for short
Trackers' clues
U.S. bullion site
Very much
Waikiki sights
Waste watchers: Abbr.
Watch word?
Weekend show, for short
Whence the word 'Sabbath'
Where Hickam Air Force Base is
Where Jacques studies
Whitman's 'A Backward Glance ___ Travel'd Roads'
Wise guy
Without a stitch
X rating?
___ Lingus
'___ a Man' (Calder Willingham novel and play)
'Excuse me ...'
'It Had to Be You' composer ___ Jones
'Let's just leave ___ that'
'My Cousin Vinny' star
'The Sultan of Sulu' writer
'___ talk?'
1984 Paul McCartney hit
Advil rival
Ancient Balkan region
Object of incense burning, maybe
Not fold
And others: Abbr.
Atlanta train system
Attach, as a patch
Awaits fine-tuning?
Bender at the bar
Big time
Black, as the night sky
Bring into play
Broom-___ (comics witch)
Bush outing
Cohort of Larry and Curly
Constellation next to the Giraffe
Counterfeiters' counters
Court wear
Critical hosp. areas
Decide on
Dins of hail
Donizetti's Lammermoor bride
Draft selection
Educational milieu
Encouraging word
Esther with home-maid roles
Evidence of computer tampering?
Exercise based on karate
Exercise target
Field for an engr.
Obstinate reply
Part of P.S.T.: Abbr.
Pete's follower
Poet Van Duyn
Pops for tots
Prince in 'The Prince and the Pauper'
Professorish news anchor?
Psychic's forte
Puddle cause
Puffed up
Rain clouds?
Reo competitor
Ring org.
Round table
Sausalito's county
Shakespearean exclamation before 'unreverend tongue!'
She may be under loch and quay
Singer Cara
Singer Clark
Skye cap
Société des ___
Some film shots ... or reactions
Some fine how-do-you-dos
Son of Judah
Staying power

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