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New York Times crossword of January 28th, 2012 other clues
'Children of the Albatross' novelist
'The Incredibles' family name
Aretha's Grammy-nominated sister
Backed up
Big coffee exporter
Bit of 1-Down
Bit of wet-weather wear
Catalan article
Civil engineering vehicle
Cod relative
Concern for a dermatologist
Daughter of Zeus and Themis
Declamation stations
Dieter's design
Falls short
Five in the ninth inning?
Get 44-Down
Her help was solicited in a hit song
It's checked before taking off
Java, for one
King Hussein Airport locale
Like many horror flick characters
Like much of Niger
Like some canine teeth
Like the Phillies' caps
Manx trait
Many a crash cushion at a construction zone
Messed up
Non-Hollywood, say
Not so remote
Of the essence
One of the subjects of the best-selling '02 book 'The Conquerors'
Opposite of 'dissuaded from'
P.R. releases
P.R., e.g
Packed things
Passing comment at a poker table
Photocopier abbr
Prefix with 11-Down
Prepare to send some mail
Product of some decay
Quick and thorough learner
Roster curtailer: Abbr
Route through a park, maybe
Schnapps choice
School in the Piedmont region
Securing device
Shared funds
Sheila's welcome
Signs near a teller's window, maybe
Silverwing flier
Some ermines
Some proctors, briefly
Something stuck in a freezer?
Swiss alternative
Symphonic score abbr
They often come with eggs
Touchdown letters
Universidad de las Américas site
What cuts power in half?
Word with career or goal

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