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New York Times crossword of January 3rd, 2009 other clues
David who caught a key pass in the 2008 Super Bowl
Dwindle, as support
Energy expressed in volts: Abbr.
Gets down
Giant, e.g., briefly
Greek goddess of youth
Hard bop, e.g.
Hard stuff
Hard stuff
Immovable type
Ingredient in some chips
It rejects the caste system and idolatry
Language of central Mexico
Latte variety
Like the Topoxte archaeological site
Made with 39-Down, maybe
Magellan visited it
Mistress of Charles II
Move stealthily
Nail site
No place for a big rig
Not on the level
Noted Venetian army general
Participated in a pool, say
Passed pleasantly
Patron saint of surgeons
People who may be removed
Potential cause of a wrongful conviction
Record letters
Region south of Silesia
Santa Claus player in a 2003 comedy
See 51-Down
'Treasure Island' hero
'America This Morning' outfit
'Butterfly' star, 1981
'Comin' through loud and clear'
'Eldorado' grp.
'Honey, I just forgot to duck' speaker
1986-93 war-themed Marvel Comics series, with 'The'
1993 hit for the R&B duo Zhané
2005 Best Supporting Actress nominee for 'Junebug'
About 20 pinches: Abbr.
Appeared (as)
Become despondent
Border line?
Bouquet setting
Brewer Joseph
Cause for winking
Clothing store bargain fodder: Abbr.
Counselor's area
Cristiano symbol
Current terminus
Curt comment to an ogler
Database search option
Setting for Joshua trees
Singer of the 1974 hit 'I've Got the Music in Me'
Something great, informally
Stage production
Suffix that may appear in a record
Supposed bringer of bad luck
The following: Abbr.
They treat people badly
When some sea creatures are exposed
Where things get checked
With 41-Down, cheap fast-food offerings
You might pay for it later
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