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New York Times crossword of January 24th, 2018 other clues
'Likewise'
'Psst, you're on,' e.g
'Straight ___ Compton'
'Your Majesty'
Alternative to a four-in-hand
Amount of land a pair of oxen could plow in a day, historically
Angle between a leafstalk and a stem
Aversion
Barely leading
BBC sci-fi series, informally
Benchwarmer
Big 'but'?
Bullies
Charter
Chevy sedan
Christian singer Tornquist
Cross shape
Darken
Doing the job
Elements with names ending in -ium, typically
Entangle
Fad x 10
Fashion line?
Fella
Fight between two lovers?
Futuristic Volkswagen?
Give a whupping
Goal
Good ___ days
Herd member
Immune response trigger
iPad purchases
It comes a quarter of the way into the day
It leans right: Abbr
Jaffe who wrote 'Mazes and Monsters'
John Lewis march site
Knoxville sch
Marcel of few words
Member of a crossword zoo?
Menaces that name other menaces if you put a 'w' at the start
Not budge
Number 41 or 43
Pageant prize
Part of L.G.B.T.Q
Pitcher's aid
Poetic praise
Popular wedding flower
Prefix with dermis
Prettify
Pupa-to-be
Ran roughshod over
Rulers before 1917
Scepter go-with
Scrub in the tub
Seat for a ragtime player
See 59-Down
Single market locale: Abbr
Slip in a pot
Small diamond handed down to an heir?
Someone for whom 'Thank you very much' is 'Mange tak'
Son of John and Yoko
Sounded satisfied
Spot from a pot
Sprang
State of the ___
Subject of a parent's restriction for a child
Symbol in the middle of a Scrabble board
Toon explorer
Use a soapbox
Wander
What an oatmeal bath alleviates
Where a brogue is spoken
With 9-Down, according to share

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