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New York Times crossword of January 9th, 2014 other clues
Agenda part
Actor Maguire
500 people?
Assign stars to
Alma mater for David Cameron
Big name in tractors
Bagpipe music, maybe
Barrett of Pink Floyd
Bill producers, for short
Blocked vessel opener
British ___
Calorie-heavy dessert
Carefully examine
Certain horror film villain
City in southern California
Delt neighbor
Distillery sight
Drippings, maybe
Experiment site
First name in folk
Flaming Gorge locale
Flies (along)
Food processor?
For example
Forest female
Fragrant compound
Genesis locale
Genesis locale
Glistening, as Christmas ornaments
Haunted house sounds
Lead-in to plane
Like some numbers and beef
Lucy ___, title character in Sir Walter Scott's 'The Bride of Lammermoor'
Make pieces of pieces?
One of the Bushes
OPEC member: Abbr
Prefix with type
Richard ___, 'War Zone Diary' journalist
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee with only one Top 40 hit
Security Council veto
See 46-Down
Shade providers
Sign of puberty, maybe
Site of a piercing
Site of slippage ... both geographically and in this puzzle
Something to pare, informally
Splenda competitor
The speed of sound
Theater's ___ Siddons Award
Unloading point
Western German city
What womanizers do
Who has scored more than 850 points in an official Scrabble game
With 44-Down, 'key' invention of the 1830s
You might slip on it
You might slip on it
___ Burgundy, the anchorman in 'Anchorman'
___ factor
___ Israel Medical Center
'Beloved' author Morrison
'Make some ___!'

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