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New York Times crossword of January 15th, 2006 other clues
'House of Incest' author
'Norma Rae' director
'Oy ___!'
91-Across, e.g.
A choice between cinnabar and galena?
Addition symbol
Apply chrism
Appointment book
Author Ellison
Baltimore's Enoch ___ Free Library
Barbering area
Bargaining factor
Breathing space?
British title
Calhoun of TV's 'The Texan'
Cardboard pkg.
Cashew family member
Chalk or marble
Cheese type
Chefs, at times
Command to a gardener?
Components of some codes
Computer programs, briefly
Contents of a diamond bag
Cooped (up)
Corrosive chemical, to a chemist
Cross promotion?
Devout acts
Early Russian Communist
Fellini's 'La ___'
Female competitor in springboard competition?
Film role played by both Vincent Price and Bill Cosby
Firmly secured
Fraternal letters
Gave birth on a farm
Get moving
Go for the gold
Go from worse to bad?
Greek vowel
Green subj.
Handle an F-15, e.g.
Hard to believe
Heavyweight champ Riddick
Home of Ft. Donelson Natl. Battlefield
In accordance with
In the thick of
It fits in a lock
It may be rolled up in a bun
It may zip out
Kay Thompson character
Kind of star
Land's end?
Last word of Missouri's motto
Latin 101 word
Leave the straight and narrow
Leaves home?
Letters after a barrister's name
Lined up
Lover of Aphrodite
Make an impression
Maximilian, for one
Mediterranean region
Mental power
Mexican Mrs.
Miler's mistake?
Modern-day inhabitants of old Livonia
Needs a doctor
Newspaper no.
Normandy city
Not as nice
Not quite right
Notable #4 with a stick
Oil worker
On a high
One and only
One of the Borgias
One of the original Not Ready for Prime Time Players
One who works on walls
One who's lying
Oscar winner who made his film debut in 'Me, Natalie,' 1969
Part of T.G.I.F.
Patch type
Personal points of view
Pouchlike part
President born in Charles City, Va.
Produce plays, say
Protractor measurements
Puerto Rico hrs.
Puts up
Reading to the unruly
Roughly measured (off)
School since 1440
Seed coat
She rescued Odysseus
Shed tears
Show in theaters
Solo in space
Some solvents
Song of joy
Sound setup
Sounds of impact
Spot on a horse
Start of the second quarter
Stocks and such
Student's selection
Suit to ___
Theater org.
They have quarters downtown
Toll road
Topographic map feature
TV overseer: Abbr.
Underhanded, to put it nicely
Union members
Vanity cases?
Veep's boss
Wal-Mart rival
Weapons collections
Wear away
What Shakespeare called 'the little O'
What you'll find at a prison library?
Where Brahmans build their houses?
Where the smoke rises in a sty's chimney?
Without carrying charges?
Word of honor
___ bonding
___ once

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