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Railroad stop: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 12th, 2004 other clues
'A Day Without Rain' singer, 2000
'___ of the D'Urbervilles'
Anouk of 'La Dolce Vita'
Ark builder
Backgammon equipment
Barcelona cheers
Bathroom powders
Birds' homes
Bridge master Sharif
By oneself
Capital NNW of Copenhagen
Choir voice
Coin opening
Doctors' org.
Drug cop
Educational innovation of the 1960's
Elephant groups
Fall mo.
Famous bed tester
Fem. opposite
Flip response to a complaint
Germany's ___ von Bismarck
Keep (from)
Lawyer's document
Leave in, as text
Let go
Letters and packages
Love to pieces
Make, in arithmetic
Mary ___ cosmetics
More down and out
Mrs. Chaplin
Naval rank: Abbr.
Nay opposers
Not bottled, as beer
Not the most comfortable place to sleep
Nursery rhyme bakery item
Omaha's home: Abbr.
Once-fashionable card game
Order (around)
Palace protector
PanAm rival
Patricia who won an Oscar for 'Hud'
Play group?
Play on the radio
Pompeii, e.g., today
Prefix with derm
Quaint cry of shock
Rap's Dr. ___
Reception with open arms
Russia's ___ Mountains
Scarce consolation
Seabiscuit and Citation, e.g.
Singer Fitzgerald
Slaughter of the 1940's-50's Cardinals
Suffix with kitchen
Suffix with switch
Supply-and-demand subj.
Sweet Spanish dessert
Taking the blue ribbon
Theater alert
Tidy Lotto prize
Tree with pods
Was a passenger
Word in most of the Commandments
Writer Ephron
Writer ___ Rogers St. Johns
___-fatty acid

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