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New York Times crossword of January 9th, 2004 other clues
'Adventures in Good Music' host Karl ___
'Flashdance' director Adrian
'Lord, is ___?'
'Only the Paranoid Survive' author ___ Grove
'___ worse than death'
1998 Sarah McLachlan hit
A criminal may be caught in one
A Dutch master
A.C., e.g.
At full throttle
Basic counters
Biblical battlers
Big name in foreign news
Blowing away
Captivate a crowd, perhaps
Carrier of 'bad' cholesterol, briefly
Chemical suffix
City planning concerns: Abbr.
Do the dishes?
E'en if
Extremely rare
First name in diplomacy
Fun or song followers
Give what for
Goes where one shouldn't, maybe
Good source of antioxidants
Gridiron great Ford
Hangover sufferer's lament
Holistic health remedies
Indian improvisation
It often has islands
Jazzman Adderley
Leg of lamb
List keeper
Little bit
Little bit
Make more secure
Mark Twain's jumping frog
Melt alternative
Mideast map abbr.
Modern address starter
Moundsman Dave
N.Y. neighbor
One with a special touch
Part of a bray
Present for a picky person?
Regulus is in it
Rusedski of tennis
Schnook's cry
Some records, for short
Some remains
Sommer of Berlin
Successfully navigate a narrow passage
Suffix with opal
Three in a season: Abbr.
Tip of one's tongue?
Vet's service spot
Whale spotter
What 'they' have been saying
___ Zelnicek (celebrity's maiden name)

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