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New York Times crossword of January 18th, 2021 other clues
Online market for craftspeople
Far out
Venerated symbols
Repeated bit in jazz
Walked nervously back and forth
Designer Christian
Neuter, as a horse
Small, brown bird
Curly-leafed cabbage
Cry of surprise
Still surviving
Join in couples
What follows the initial part of a master plan
1986 sci-fi sequel set in deep space
"Not a chance!"
___ Pictures, one of Hollywood's Big Five studios
Bauxite, e.g.
All riled up
Fading stars
Prefix with lateral or cellular
Kind of goat that's the source of mohair
"Let me rephrase that ..."
Receipt line just above the total
Org. that runs Windy City trains
Tehran's land
City where you won't find the El Greco Museum
Owner of the first bed that Goldilocks tested
Refrigerator compound
Commuter boat
Cincinnati squad
Neck and neck
Cousin of "Kapow!"
"Well, that was stupid of me!"
"Here comes Poindexter!"
Rings, as a church bell
Yasir of the P.L.O.
Sound made by helicopter rotors
City where you won't find Virgil's Tomb
What the back of a store might open onto
CPR pro
Pal of Jerry on "Seinfeld"
Driveway material
QB successes
Excessive drinking or gambling
Cotton processors
Org. for which Jason Bourne works in "The Bourne Identity"
Russian "no"
1965 Alabama march site
___ Hari (W.W. I spy)
Author Charlotte, Emily or Anne
Boxing venue
Thomas Edison's middle name
City where you won't find the Eiffel Tower
Get ready to hem, say
Saintly "Mother"
Not to mention ...
I.R.S. agent, quaintly
Valentine's Day flower
Bit of attire you might learn how to put on while using a mirror
20-ounce size at Starbucks
Not upstanding, in either sense of the word
Insect flying in a cloud
Gets ready, as for surgery
1950s White House nickname
Plant on a trellis
City where you won't find the Parthenon
Dutch cheese
Pro or con, in a debate
More than a couple
Part of a golf club

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