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New York Times crossword of January 30th, 2016 other clues
'The Great' magician whose signature trick was the 'floating light bulb'
'___ cum pretio' ('Everything has its price')
Ancient collection of Sanskrit hymns
Announcement carriers, for short
Bar order after a very hard day, maybe
Birds in hieroglyphics
Brand with a Gravy Cravers line
Cask maker
Certain dam
Clothing company whose mail-order catalog debuted in 1905
Dog command
Dry sorts
Eastern ties
Eric of 'Hulk'
Fidelity competitor
Following the beat?
Hot compress target, perhaps
Hotel amenity
Huge stock purchase at the start of a day's trading
Hungarian hunting dog
It lacks letters on a telephone keypad
It might be picked for a song
Lab vessel
Lacking any sides
Large fern
Like some rabbit ears
Mixing and matching?
One of a trio in a children's story
Parenthetical figure, often
Parenthetical figures?
Prize at the top of a maypole
Puffin relative
Rehabilitative effort
Renegade and Renaissance, to the Secret Service
River of myth where one drinks to forget
Sackers in the sack of Rome, A.D. 410
Saggy and crinkled
Some photog purchases
Source of buyer's remorse
Spy group
Start of many a dance routine
Suffix with market
Things bench players need?
Think tank, e.g.: Abbr
Toddler's handful
Traps and yaps
Trattoria entree
Treats as in 'South Park' or 'Doonesbury'
Viciously criticizes, informally
What isn't working?
Whittles away
Worrisome marks in high school?
___ cannon (sci-fi weapon)
___ Edwards, John Wayne's role in 'The Searchers,' 1956
___-Novo (capital on the Gulf of Guinea)

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