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New York Times crossword of February 17th, 2008 other clues
'Death in the Afternoon' figures
'Mon ___!'
'No seats left'
'Not I!' hearer
'Real Time' moderator
'We Need a Little Christmas' singer
'___ Remember'
*Baseball's Willie Mays, with 'the'
*Composer's due
*Kind of ratio
*Metal used for swords
*Symbol of rejoicing for someone's long-awaited return
*Whatever happens
Act of kindness
Actress Harper
Aerobics technique
All the parts of a column except the bottom
Alma mater for Neil Armstrong and Pat Nixon: Abbr.
Atahualpa, e.g.
Author of the Oprah's Book Club selection 'We Were the Mulvaneys'
Ball handler?
Bar personnel
Be about to fall
Both: Prefix
Brawl motivator
Butlers and maids
Capital of East Flanders
Close of day, to poets
Common ___
Cox's call
Cracker topper
Creator of 'Hägar the Horrible'
Crunch's title
Curling goal
Denier's reply
Dentist's concern
Destination in Genesis 8
Diplomats' place: Abbr.
Dog of old comics
Done with
Dots on a map
Exercised power over
FedEx competitor
Fictional TV planet
Fits (inside)
Football Hall-of-Famer Ernie
Glycerides, e.g.
Gutter locale
Hollow-point ammo
Home of 67-Across: Abbr.
Home of Faa'a International Airport
Hoop grp.
I's opposite on a clock
Impair through inactivity
Indy champ Bobby
Inexact fig.
It may be + or -
Jessica of '7th Heaven'
Jim who wrote 'Ball Four'
Jury pool
Lady-in-waiting in 'Othello'
Light from a headlight
Like wiping one's dirty mouth on one's sleeve
Little of France?
Liver in Lyon
Loud, abrupt sound
Lovers of expensive furs may put them on
Magazine holders
Make an example of
Manhattan street leading to the Williamsburg Bridge
Mississippi quartet
Muse of music
New York's ___-Fontanne Theater
Next-to-last round
Noble partner
Not including
Not so friendly
Part of many a Halloween outfit
Passing remark?
Photocopier choice
Pork cut
Reed instrument: Abbr.
Ring results, briefly
Rod holders
Sch. fair organizer
Schumacher of auto racing
See 19-Across
See 85-Across
Sensory receptor in the ear
Soothsayer's subject
St. Louis, e.g.
Stage awards
Supermarket lines?
The 'E' in H.R.E.: Abbr.
This, in Havana
Thomas Mann's 'Der ___ in Venedig'
Tip reducer?
Titular Verdi role
Tourist mecca near Venezuela
Variety of leather
Violinist Mischa
Watch-crystal holder
What 35-Down may do
With 105-Across, what the answer to each starred clue starts with
With 20-Down, airshow activities
Words 'beautifully marked in currants' in 'Alice in Wonderland'
___ Fleming, central character in 'The Red Badge of Courage'
___ of thousands
___ of vantage (good position for viewing)

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