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New York Times crossword of February 24th, 2008 other clues
'... as old as yonder ___': James Joyce
'Didn't we just have that?'
'It's ___!'
'The Age of Anxiety' author
'Us' or 'them' in 'It's us against them'
'We can't delay!'
'___ Diaboliques'
109-Across's old radio partner
12 meses
Abbr. at the bottom of a letter
Accord competitor
Actor (1934), actor (1995)
Actress (1983), supporting actor (1999)
Actress (1986), director (1962)
Area between hills
At first
Author Huxley
Basutoland, today
Beau ___
Big name in grooming aids
Big pan
Brief
Capital known as the Venice of the East
Checks
China's largest ethnic group
Comedy club annoyance
Comments around cute babies
Cool
Destination of the Bounty in 'Mutiny on the Bounty'
Detective superintendent Jane of TV's 'Prime Suspect'
Director (2003), actor (1962)
DOLLS
East ender?
Elated
Emphatic refusal
Film (1954), actress (2003)
Film (1992), actor (1958)
Film (1993), actress (1987)
Fire
First act in a revue
Fish in fish and chips
Florence-to-Rome dir.
Follower of weekend news, briefly
Forensic experts
French pen filler
Friend in a western
Future school?
Gat
Geezer
Girl in Tennessee Williams's 'Summer and Smoke'
Global energy company
Granny, in Gelsenkirchen
Household item with a neck
Humble
Informal eating place
Inspiration
Interject
Investment options, for short
Is afflicted with sigmatism
Isabel Allende's '___ of My Soul'
Jay that chatters
Jerks
Jrs. no more
Junkie
Kind
Kind of vow
Knack
Kwik-E-Mart owner on 'The Simpsons'
Late news?
Lead role in 'La Cage aux Folles'
Like the inside of a sphere
Like the Wild West
Linda Ronstadt's '___ Easy'
Low tie
Mail order option, for short
Make the beds, dust, etc.
March around camp, e.g.
Milo of 'Ulysses'
More racy
Morsel
Mother of Paris
N.F.L. guard Chris
Nineveh's kingdom
Nothing, to Nero
Object of veneration in ancient Egypt
Olive ___
One flying over Hawaii
One of the Alcotts
Org.
Overawe
Pantomime, say
Part of a Latin 101 conjugation
Password, e.g.
Pen with a cap
Philosopher Kung Fu-___
Places for runners
Pressure
Prized horse
Reactions to fireworks
Ready
Rebel
Rent
Response to 'pow!' in cartoons
Rests
Reunion gatherers
Rus. and Ukr., once
Santa ___
See 113-Down
Sierra Club founder
Slender
Smeared
Soil improver
Solicits orders (for)
Song (1942), supporting actress (1994)
Spin
Sport jersey material
Stakes
Surgical aid
Swamps
Swarmed
Tahoe, e.g., for short
Taj ___
Term of respect abroad
Theme of this puzzle
Three-time French Open champ, 1990-92
Tibetan or Afghan
Troll dolls, once
Truck part
Tulsa native
Venezuelan export
Villa in Mexico
Wallop
Winter wear
Work ___
Works
World books
Worms, e.g.
___ alai
___ bran

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