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'Yes, I already know her' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 13th, 2016 other clues
'Something seems off ...'
'Good to hear'
'I Wanna Be Your Dog' vocalist
'Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip Hop)' Grammy winner
'Navicella' at St. Peter's, for one
'Royal Pains' network
'The ability to describe others as they see themselves,' per Lincoln
Arbiter of 1980s TV
Attacked
Aviary cry
B and O, e.g
Beats someone in
Broke down, in a way
Browser feature
Buttinsky
Charm City landmark
Clichéd company slogan
Complete works, maybe
Critical assignment
Develop
Directed elsewhere
Foundation piece
Gardens of Babur city
Gas pump option
Gorge oneself with, facetiously
Got into a stew?
Hectically
In the pros?
Krusty's sidekick on 'The Simpsons'
Legend of climbing expeditions
Like many convertibles
Major in the future, perhaps
Major name in cards
Malodorous
Miss, e.g
Modicum
Mountains have grown over them
Negotiation's terse conclusion
Neocon's target of derision
Noted jazz trombonist's nickname
Occasion for gifting red envelopes
One dealing in space and time
One of two slices of pizza?
One with the motto 'Do Your Best'
Part of STEM, for short
Possible 'OMG!' follow-up
Prepare for a later showing, maybe
Pro sports figures
Pumas alternative
Put off
Puts away, as a banner
Quaff at the Three Broomsticks inn
Satisfied
Set against
Setting for Ansel Adams
Showtime affiliate
Some pups
Something Rihanna and Madonna each have
Sweet, tangy drinks
Tony Blair's period as British P.M., e.g
Van Gundy of the N.B.A
Warn of
Wavy fabric pattern
Well-connected people
Wipe the floor with
Woman of mystery?
[All of a sudden!]

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