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New York Times crossword of January 24th, 2008 other clues
Hockey great Jaromir
How trapeze artists perform
Johannesburg-to-Nairobi dir.
Largest of a septet
Laryngitis symptom
Locks horns (with)
Morgue ID
Mrs. Dick Cheney
Mrs. Woody Allen
Musician Brian
Naturalist Fossey
Not Rx
Phil who sang 'Draft Dodger Rag'
Rand who asked 'Who is John Galt?'
Served, as time
Shakespeare title starter
Star Wars, briefly
Stems (from)
Swell place?
Telephone triad
The usual amts.
Tick off
Ticker tape letters?
Vein locale
'The Dukes of Hazzard' network
*1961 chart-topper for Ray Charles
*Get it exactly
*Get off to a quick start
*Party game
*React to gunfire, maybe
*Shoot perfectly
*Vie for votes
10 Benjamin Franklins
A.M. drinks
Actor Brynner
Algerian port in 'The Plague'
Announcement to passengers, for short
Baseball stat.
Bygone potentate
Calif. setting
California hometown of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman
Capt. Sparrow, e.g.
Carried on, as a trade
Chapter's partner
Classic Studebaker whose name means 'forward' in Italian
Corrida chant
Designer Vera
Dolly, for one
Doth own
Escape ___
Fictional C.I.A. unit on 'Alias'
Gets all ditzy
Gym bag items
Hair net
Have as a channel
'Mother of all rivers'
Walter who wrote 'The Hustler' and 'The Color of Money'
What's up?
Where Wounded Knee is: Abbr.
Words missing from the answers to the eight starred clues
You, to you, or me, to me
___ Jeeves of P. G. Wodehouse stories

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