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New York Times crossword of January 14th, 1998 other clues
Billy was one
Between, to bards
Bit of fabric
Bump up against
Celebrates with cereal?
Cereal principle of government?
Cereal secrets?
Cost of a minute call, maybe
Creamy white
Dutch government seat, with 'The'
Emulated Jack Horner
Equestrian gear
Forearm bone
Greek queen of heaven
Guiding light: Var.
Halftime holler
Henry Hudson's ship
High ball
Instrument shaped like a 69-Across
It may be beaten or bucked
John Wesley's denom.
Kind of admiral
Legendary sleeper
Light bulb units
Like fine wine
Like some eyes
Lose freshness, as lettuce
Marvel superheroes
Necklace securer
New Testament book
Not 'neath
Novelist Lagerlöf
Nutcracker suite
Off land
Part of T.W.A.
Pelvic bones
Phylum humans belong to
Place for vines
Santa ___
Sartre's 'No ___'
Savings account gains
Scenery chewers
Shopper's delight
Sicilian smoker
Swampy spots
The Little Mermaid
Three-handed card game
Twisting turns
Tylenol target
Volcanologist's concern
Wistful word
With it
World's longest river
Yours and mine
'Napoleon' director Gance
'The King and I' co-star
'Up' side
'Yeah, right'
Amos or Spelling
24-year-old British P.M.
Andean grazer
Anjou or Seckel
Be a dilettante
Beach robe
Beer, slangily

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