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New York Times crossword of February 9th, 2006 other clues
'Isn't ___ bit like you and me?' (Beatles lyric)
'___ it!'
60-Across, at the office
60-Across, at the singles bar
60-Across, on the golf course
A lot of Britney Spears's 'Oops … I Did It Again'
Belgian river
Big inits. in long distance
By the bell
Cave formations
Change, as the margins
Chihuahua child
Complicated problem
Connects with
Country where W. E. B. DuBois died
Cuzco's home
Defense means, briefly
Density symbol
Dundee denials
Expressing shock, perhaps
Fairy tale girl
Fluorine/carbon compound
Fly by the seat of one's pants
Foot bones
Gazetteer data
Get at
Giant with the retired jersey #24
Give away
Goddess of matrimony
Hardly a kosher home
Highway safety org.
Keach who played TV's Mike Hammer
Letter written as a straight vertical line
Line on an address form
Long Island airport site
Match for elle
McEntire of country
Mississippi's ___ State University
Mountain West conference player
Myanmar's capital
Mythical son of Jord
N.Y.C. sports venue
Natl. Dessert Month
Parker's protection
Paulo or Luís, e.g.
Protestant denom.
Public figure?
Royal name meaning 'God's servant'
See 11-Down
Singer India ___
Song on the Beatles' 'Rubber Soul'
Straight from the beginning?
Stud site
Suggests, to the palate
Time immemorial
Time span
Tissue additive
Title beekeeper in a 1997 film
U.S. rebellion leader of 1841-42
Ungraciousness in defeat
Whence the word 'whiskey'
Where one might get into hot water
With 34-Across, engineering feat completed in 1825

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