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New York Times crossword of January 25th, 2010 other clues
151, in old Rome
'Deadly' septet
'It is ___ told by an idiot ...': Macbeth
'Thank you, Henri'
'The Racer's Edge'
180 degrees from NNW
Actresses Garr and Hatcher
Appeared on the horizon
Back-to-school mos.
Boulder's home: Abbr.
Butterlike spread
Certain NCOs
Cheese-covered chip
Cinco de Mayo party
Classical opera redone by Elton John
Comments further
Concorde fleet
Creation that's almost human
Dawn's opposite
Device that measures gas properties
Early state in presidential campaigns
Easy to understand
Elisabeth of 'Leaving Las Vegas'
Exactly what's expected
Facts and figures
Gadget for someone on K.P. duty
Geometric curve
Get an ___ effort
Harness race gait
Having length and width only, briefly
High-protein food often found in vegetarian cuisine
Hula ___
In the poorest of taste, as a novel
Internet address opener
Kind of prof. or D.A.
Legal wrongs
Like an unfortunate torero
Luau instruments, for short
Make up for, as sins
March 17 honoree, for short
Milo of 'Ulysses'
Mountain road features
Nozzle connector
Old sayings
Onesie wearer
Paul who wrote 'My Way'
Placed on a wall, as a picture
Plow manufacturer
Preside over the tea ceremony
Prince Valiant's wife
Radius's neighbor
Resident on the tip of the Arabian Peninsula
Ship in search of the Golden Fleece
Shoelace hole
Singer Horne and actress Olin
Sir ___ Guinness
Snorkeling site
Stan of Marvel Comics
Syllables in a gay refrain
Systematized, as laws
Tex's sidekick
The 'P' in P.T.A.
Tirana's land: Abbr.
Vessel in 'Cast Away'
Went in haste
Wrigley Field or Camden Yards
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___ cit. (in the place cited)

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