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New York Times crossword of January 12th, 2003 other clues
'Survivor' setting
'1776' role
'Half ___ is better than none'
'Mila 18' author
'The results ___!'
Amber, e.g.
Appliance company in Iowa
Axiom developer
Bandleader's call
Beer holder
Blend of two parts
Built up
Change the identity of
Chop ___
Closet eaters
Columnist Greenfield
Convention handout
Cornice bracket
Tramcar load
Tributary of the Seine
Trousers, slangily
Two-time loser to D.D.E.
Union general at Shiloh
Up in the air
Vine with large flower clusters
Violet of many colors
What to wear while out?
When most people retire
Window hider
'Follow us!'
Country singer?
Deejays consult them
Diamond and Simon
Diplomat Root
Distributor of rcpts.
Door securer
Drink heavily
Dynasty after the Ch'in
Early calculators
Earth sci.
Eric the Red explored it
Expensive violin, for short
F on a test paper
F.D.R. creation of 1935
Fair ___ (Civil War battle site)
Fall of winter
Farmer's market container
First name in jazz
First part
First part
First part
First part
First part
First part
First part
First part
Fluffy accessory
Fond du ___, Wis.
For example
Group that dislikes whippersnappers
Pays attention
Philosophical theory first advanced by Leucippus and Democritus
Piece of candy
Planner's problem
Popular 'jam band'
President who won a Nobel Peace Prize
R. J. Reynolds brand
Ragú rival
Rooftop sight
Rte. that'll cost you
San Antonio landmark
Scott Turow's first book
Second part
Second part
Second part
Second part
Second part
Second part
Second part
Second part
Service lines?
Shivery fever
Some soldiers
Suffix with land or sea
Take-home for Bowser
Telephone man
Telephoto lens user, maybe
Thomas of 1960's-70's TV
Time magazine called him 'The Texan Who Conquered Russia'
Toothed tool
Hard drive needs?
Harrow blade
Helper who takes dictation
High time?
Hundredth of a lira
In a bad spot
In the foreseeable future
Intensified, as sound
It makes your face red
It turns a bit
It's hard to live up to
Jiggly comestible
Less controlled
Like morning news people
Like most store-bought clothing
Like some adapters
List of house rules, maybe
Literally, 'way of the gods'
Low-risk investment choice
Military org. with the motto 'Per ardua ad astra'
Monastery sound
Noted Andy Warhol subject
Old 'Hollywood Squares' celeb
Old programming language
On a brig
Owing to
Patriots' org.

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