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New York Times crossword of February 21st, 2010 other clues
Early: Prefix
Egg foo yung and others
Emulates a rhabdomantist
Equivalent to F
F.D.R.'s mother
Former Mississippi senator
Former part of the British Airways fleet, for short
Forum wear
Forward, in 7-Down
Fraternity hopeful
French article
Fresh start, metaphorically
Friend of Pooh
Ga. neighbor
Grooming brand
Hannibal Lecter, e.g.
Holder of the alphabet
Ice skate part
Indian tea
It may be made into a meal
Its national anthem is 'La Dessalinienne'
Japanese tie
Joins the team
Kona keepsake
Law school newcomers
Least smart / Kitchen worker / Towel word / ___ Fein
Mamet play revived on Broadway in 2009
McSorley's Old ___ House, New York landmark since 1854
Son - or father - of Henry
Stretch, in a way
Surfer's place
The 'A' of James A. Garfield
Thin wedge
Three-time Masters champ
Traffic warning
Trash / Victories / 'Get it?' / Do some math / Runs smoothly
Trusted one
U.S.S.R. member: Abbr.
Union, of a sort
W.W. II threats
Washington and ___ University
Watered down
What you'll get if you read aloud 23-, 44-, 67-, 86- or 113-Across
What's represented by x2 = 4py
Where 67-Across's face appears
World Series manager of 1981 and '88
Yanks and others
___ Accords of 1993
___ high
___ kwon do
'There is no greater ___ than bearing an untold story inside you': Maya Angelou
'Big Love' setting
'I cannot tell a ___'
'My bad,' for one
'My ___' (Clinton autobiography)
'Shall We Dance' dancer
'Washington Week' airer
'You ___ kidding!'
'___ and Prosperity' (Eisenhower slogan)
'___ directed'
1963 Audrey Hepburn thriller
A fist might represent A or S in it: Abbr.
A Jackson
Accumulated, as debts
Admitted to the foyer
Anatomical pouch / Run on TV / Consume / Feel sick / Oral history
Appropriately named monthly of the National Puzzlers' League, with 'The'
Asian observance
Bar activity
Barrel of laughs
Bear, in Baja
Birth mo. for Coolidge, Ford and G. W. Bush
Blank space
Blue Bonnet, e.g.
Blue Cross competitor
Brother of Prometheus
Buck up
Cable channel
Charged bit
Christmas season / Greet a villain / Speak aloud / Query / Monthly payment
Contraction before 'now'
Corporate department
Cracker seed
Crate part
Cry accompanying a head slap
Cry after discovering the furniture's been chewed, maybe
Cupid's teammate
Dairy Queen order
Memento of an old flame?
Mens ___ (guilty mind)
Mideast inits.
More run-down
Most shaggy / Hotel offering / Actress Goldie
Neighbor of Braz.
Never, in Berlin
North Carolina county
Not in any way
Obama economic adviser Summers
Ones near bases
Org. for Jimmy Carter, once
Peloponnesian power
Periodic table fig.
Pickup capacity, sometimes
Playable character in Guitar Hero III
Playwright Fugard
Prado displays
Pretend to be
Rampaging, after 'on'
Ready for bed
Regarded to be
Robert Ripley's specialty
Roman goddess of agriculture
Satyajit Ray's 'The ___ Trilogy'
Science of duplicating nature
Scottish refusals
See 2-Down
Setter sitter?
Shortcuts for ships
Skywalker's friend

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