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New York Times crossword of February 20th, 2009 other clues
'Livin' Thing' group, in brief
'The Daughter of Time' novelist
'The Tudors' airer, briefly
1970s-'80s sitcom put-down/catchphrase
2003 memoir of a TV executive
Aids in artful deception
American, for one
Antigen attacker
Back out?
Bailiff's concern
Big Apple excursion operation
Big Daddy player on 1950s Broadway
Center of learning
Components of some alarms
Correctly positioned
Court figure: Abbr.
Crude dwellings
Decoy accompanier
Dedicated compositions
Duct opening?
Extension of the terms of a marine insurance policy
Followers of closings: Abbr.
Go for ___
High on amphetamines
How Viola is disguised in 'Twelfth Night'
Hyphenated IDs
It can be a stunner
Juniper product
Knowledge base?: Abbr.
Like some details
Like straight shooters
Loch ___, on the River Shannon
Measure of a newborn's health, named for its developer
Not be on target
One may be backed up
One of Judaism's four matriarchs
Org. in the 1982 film 'Enigma'
Part of 16-Across: Abbr.
Pet with short legs and a hard coat, informally
Plot line
Private detective Mike of Brett Halliday novels
Real-estate ad abbr.
Real-estate ad abbr.
Reviews repeatedly
Round of four
Slowing, in mus.
Something fit to be tied?
Square, in 1950s slang, indicated visually by a two-hand gesture
Strauss's '___ Nacht in Venedig'
Street show
TV pooch
Wealthy Cayman Islands resident, maybe
Where people wear gowns, for short
Words after 'if' or before 'as well'
Year of the last known Roman gladiator competition
___ of Galadriel (gift to Frodo Baggins)
___ Rivera, Calif.
___ sponte (of its own accord, at law)

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