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New York Times crossword of January 22nd, 2017 other clues
'Don't worry about me!'
'Mr. Blue Sky' band, for short
'One of the most civilized things in the world,' per Hemingway
'That'll be the day!'
1960s sitcom set in the 1860s
1990s Indian P.M
Ability to score at Madison Square Garden, e.g.?
Alias inits
Alternative to Cinemax
Atheist's lack
Await resolution
Baseball-like game
Bedouin shelter
Brief second?
Bus. card info
Californie, e.g
Certain steel beam
Chapter in early 20th-century history: Abbr
Chest pain
Chi follower
Common thing to lie about
Conquistador Cortés
Consider anew, as a decision
Copies, informally
Darn things
Diving disaster?
Don't work too hard
Drink commonly served with a spoon-straw
Education support grp
Egg container
Et ___
Farm females
Fig. on a periodic table
French ___
From one side to the other
Game for the goal-oriented?
Gaming giant
Gently show the door
Girl with a ball
Give a new tournament ranking
Goes by
Grammy-winning drummer ___ Lyne Carrington
Grant a girl permission to dis Drake?
Grist for analysts
Guitar Hero activity
H.O.V. lane user
Half of a swinging couple?
Hard looks
Hard to tell apart
Hindi word for 'spice mix'
I, to Izaak
Inconceivably vast
Informal measures of popularity
It lies between Cleveland, O., and Buffalo, N.Y
It shows who's who or what's what
Jet measure
Julie of TV's 'Big Brother'
Keeps in the loop, in a way
Key locale: Abbr
Kind of history
Language akin to Thai
Lateral opening?
Leave a good impression?
Like cats, typically
Like Serbia and Croatia
Lorna of literature
Made out
Manhattan, e.g.: Abbr
Mantle, e.g
Mauna ___
Measly amount
Mouse's resting place
Mrs., abroad
Mullally of 'Will & Grace'
N.L. Central squad, on scorecards
On point
One lifting spirits?
Only woman to sing lead vocals on a Beatles song
Opposite of ruddy
Ortiz of 'Ugly Betty'
Page (through)
Perform a full-body scan?
Piano dueler with Donald in 1988's 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit'
Pizza, e.g
Place to hang tools
Poland's main airline
Property inheritor, legally speaking
Pulls on, as heartstrings
Quest of 25-Across
Quiz bowl fodder
Racer Yarborough
Relative of 'Aargh!'
Religious image
Salmon roe, by another name
School chum, say
Secure spots
Shivering fit
Showy in a cheap way
Sierra ___
Site of Spaceship Earth
Some vaults
Sound investments, in more ways than one
Speakers' spots
Start of the Lord's Prayer
Stream, as of revenue
Take a timeout
Take responsibility for something
Theological inst
They'll take your measure
They're dubbed
Think tank product
Three-legged race, e.g.?
Thyroid need
Title at Topkapi Palace
Week, on Martinique
What Cubs fans get carried away by?
Witty British judge?
Wolf (down)
Word for a name-dropper?
World's most voluminous river
Worn out
___ facto
___ generis
___ Minor
___ Yost, 2015 World Series-winning manager

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