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New York Times crossword of January 26th, 2016 other clues
'Well, aren't you something!'
'Dead serious!'
'Keep ___ the D.L.' ('Don't tell anyone')
'Little' Dickens girl
'That HURT!'
'That's bad!'
'When in ___ ...'
'Yep, that's clear'
'Yes 'n no'
Abba of Israel
Action in go fish
Antidiarrheal brand
As you like it, in a recipe
Big Apple fashion inits
Burger King or Costco
Caribbean island whose capital is Castries
Celebratory cry
City NE of Lincoln
Colgate, but not Crest: Abbr
Competitor of Lyft
Compton's state, to hip-hoppers
Country between Sudan and Niger
Didn't just guess
Drug bust quantity, casually
DVD alternative
Easy-to-digest dessert
Forest animal
German refusal
Go (for)
Hearty har-hars
Heroine princess of Mozart's 'Idomeneo'
High jinks
Holder of The Hermit, The Devil and The Magician
It's just below C level
Jockey's attire
Key near the upper-right corner of a PC keyboard
Leader who said 'Once all struggle is grasped, miracles are possible'
Like some winks
Lose vividness
Marathon runner's stat
Meat often served with mint jelly
Micromanager, say
Mind reader's skill, for short
N.Y.C. subway overseer
Natural radiation?
No longer anonymous, in brief
Papers covered with dirt?
Paul who sang 'Eso Beso'
Pond dweller that can regenerate its eyes
Positive Chinese principle
Product that once bore a click wheel
Quaint cousin of 'Suh-weet!'
Really put one's foot down
Results of some unexciting at-bats
Rock band that gets fans charged up?
Sched. figure
See 35-Across
Shortest zodiac sign, lexically
Silent assent
Son of Madonna and Guy Ritchie
Starting key of 35-/43-Across's 'Starman'
Subject of the 2013 documentary 'Blackfish'
Temporary skin decorator
The duck in 'Peter and the Wolf'
They may be blown by a magician
Twinkies or Pringles
Weapon held on horseback
With 43-Across, singer of the lyric formed by the first parts of 20-, 24-, 40-, 51- and 58-Across
Zig or zag
___ 'n Honey (granola bar option)
___ pants (earth-toned apparel)

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