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New York Times crossword of January 20th, 2010 other clues
Goes from cover to cover
Grp. that meets in the Situation Room
Guy's means of support
Hard wear?
Harp (on)
Heroic poem
It can be worth up to 20 points
It creates a small vacuum
Kailua Bay's setting
King's neighbor
Large duck
Left to the captain?
Like the 'Saw' movies
Literally, 'by two'
Nashville-based athlete
No problem at all
Not shut all the way
Not too ___
Opposite of exo-
OS X runner
Parts of double-blind trials
Perform a wedeln, e.g.
Personal account
Phrenologists read them
Popular singer born in County Donegal
Post-tax amount
Rachel Maddow's network
Reach the end
Roofless home
Sauce prepared in a mortar
Actresses Farrell and Jackson
'Now I see!'
'Pardon me'
'The Gong Show' regular Johnson
'The Sum ___' (Russell Crowe movie)
1856 Stowe novel
Art buyers' worries
Aspirant's motto ... or, phonetically, what 18-, 23-, 47- and 57-Across each consist of
Baby sitter's bane
Boathouse item
Body that's not the clergy
Cash-free transaction
Children's song refrain
Chinese menu option
Chris with the 1991 hit 'Wicked Game'
Clancy hero
Clear, as a loan
Common mixer
Contralto James
Cry before 'You're it!'
Daughter of Laban, in the Bible
Elusive swimmer
Flame blame, sometimes
Fruit growing at an oasis
Fully expected
Gets ready
Gives succor to
Seize, to Caesar
Show-off's shout
Take over
Tapped-out message, often
They often include samples
Too rehearsed
Unappreciated worker
Vengeful goddess
Western potato
What national banks oversee
What to call a crown
Where flocks feed
Word unlikely to end a sentence

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