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Premier Sunday crossword of January 26th, 2014 other clues
Nap locales
Clanton of Tombstone
Grippers on shoes
Gp. of relatives
Throw — blanket on
Daily Planet's Clark
Cliffhanging
Physicist's work units
17-syllable poem
Aristotle's A
Clear as —
Prov. with Thunder Bay
Summoned in an airport
Wintertime tempests
Lingo
Unrefined
Europe-Asia border range
Nervous, with "up"
"Hey you"
Fluids in syringes
Alternative to Levi's
Guitar relative
Giant bird of myth
"Uh-uh"
First sgt., e.g.
Sew
Man, in Spain
"That hurts!"
Brand of hot dogs
Father or Lady lead-in
Old RCA classical music label
Jacuzzis, e.g.
With 87-Down, Academy Award hopefuls
In a skillful manner
Of Israel's language
777, for one
Man living in Scotland's capital?
Tundra coat
Deep blue
River craft
Shangri-las
— -do-well (idle type)
Very manly
Forced away (from)
Artists' props
Man who owns a Mexican restaurant?
Heavy noble gas
Oz. and lb.
Bring forth
Add (on)
Pfeiffer of "Cybill"
Use a harpoon
Berkshire school
Huge
Treat like dirt
Old politico Landon
Actor Peter
Soap compound
Steak type
Emmy winner LaBeouf
"Ms. Oakley, go after that man"?
Actors Sean and Kal
Small vessel for oil or wine
Head of a monastery
Piling-on footballer
More faithful
Render obsolete
Old Egypt-Syr. alliance
"— a thought ..."
Ought to have, informally
Large
Half of twelve
Excessively
Man with no fastening band?
Man at one's heels?
Fistfight reminder
1964 Beatles song
"I'm tellin' ya, that's who!"
Dreaded IRS probe: Abbr.
— Francisco
Stipulations
Slightly
Barely get, with "out"
1994 "Saturday Night Live" spin-off film
Actor Malden
Start to mature?
Much better than so-so
Attacks a man?
Stopwatch, e.g.
Rodent-killing poison, old-style
"Webster" star Lewis
Missouri River city
Man doing some film editing?
Like details for carrying out an operation
Blue Jays, on scoreboards
"Get lost!"
Very fast, in scores
Rock music's — Leppard
Archie Bunker type
Chooses
John, to Ian
"Na Na" preceder
"Peanuts" cartoonist Charles
Assert anew
Dress finely, with "out"
Foes
Hangouts on the slopes
Smacks
Cuban bills
West Indies natives
Buddy who played a Clampett
City ESE of Istanbul
Really ruin
Rationality
One- — (short drama)
Cato's 611
Lead on
Bookish
WWII battle city in France
— "King" Cole
Ending of ordinal numbers
Robert who played A.J. Soprano
In direct confrontation
Blind — bat
Feeling sick
"Fiddler on the Roof" wife
— dish
Friendly
Resistance unit
Oversize-load escort vehicle
Purify, as liquor
Leon Uris' "— in Ruins"
D sharp's sound-alike
Heavy book
Leg exercise

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