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Paris, for one crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 6th, 2005 other clues
5¢ or $2
90° from norte
A conductor might pick it up
Al ___ (guerrilla group)
Aleve alternative
Anatomical interstice
Anthony who won a Grammy for 'What Kind of Fool Am I?'
Backdoor
Banking is an important part of it
Bar lineup
Best Supporting Actor winner for 'Cocoon'
Better-chosen
Big test
Bother
Bully, often
Chants
Chevron competitor
City on the Danube
Color
Comes clean, with 'up'
Constitutional
Continue
Cricket, at times
Cry in cartoons
Dawn deity
Debut of 6/1/1980
Diplomat Boutros Boutros-___
Does nothing
Dog star?
Dropout's goal, perhaps: Abbr.
Easily snapped
Follower of arith.
Fred who won the 1966 U.S. tennis championship
Frequent Cleese co-star
Gaucho's gala
Giants manager before Durocher
Great leveler
Group of dyes
Hoity-___
Hold up on the road
Holds up
Human body's hardest substance
In a chop shop, say
Indiana Jones's topper
Invisible household hazard
It may be labeled sl. or obs.
It may be played
Joan who sang 'I Love Rock 'n Roll'
Kilns
Lady's escort
Like some sneakers
Lot statistic
Lounger's cover-up
Make like
Medical breakthrough of 1998
Military flier's acronym
Mine, in Montréal
More than a little
Newspaper supplement
Not as many
Not kosher
Often-unpaid worker
Oldtime daggers
Only O.K.
Originally
Part of some uniforms
Percolate slowly
Poetic preposition
They often differ
U.R.L. ender
Understand
Uses as a target
Utah resort
Verdi's '___ tu'
Vodka brand, briefly
Wasn't straight with
What 15 answers in this puzzle appear on
What you will
Whence St. Clare
Willingly accepting
With 123-Across, '48HRS.' actress
Words following a superlative
___ diagram
___ Rafael
$10
$1
$1
$1,000
$10,000
$100
$20
$5,000
$50
$500
'Alice' star
'Consider the job done'
'Good Christian Men, Rejoice' and others
'Hands down' and 'cold feet'
'I'll take that as ___'
'Opticks' writer
100 kopecks
10¢
1¢ or $5
25¢ or $1
50¢
Potential water contaminator
Pre-Aztec Indian
Prince Valiant's son
Problem for a deejay
Problems addressed by podiatrists
Prose piece
Puzzle out
Reserve
Rime
Ruhr refusals
School V.I.P.
Secure overhead, say
See 91-Down
Seek damages
Sending a duplicate, for short
Serenity, in Seville
Serial music sequence
Show no tolerance to telemarketers
Singer Rimes and others
Site of the Pont de Normandie
Sizing up
Skylike
Social reformer Bloomer
Something to do at 77-Across
Something to file away
Sporter of three stars: Abbr.
Stain
Stooges' laughs
Tagging along
Team tenderfoot
Tennessee county named for a jurist who co-founded Memphis
Tenor Vickers
Terrarium youngster
These may be picked

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