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New York Times crossword of January 28th, 2001 other clues
Surprise party admonition
Tawny thrush
Tennis's Nastase
The rain in Spain
Took a position in the service?
Trash can on a desktop, e.g.
Traveller's rider
TV exec Arledge
Two quarters
Unconvincing concurrence
Used, as an idea
V-mail address
Water ___
When the American Academy of Arts and Sciences was founded
Where sharks prowl
Winter time: Abbr.
Yawl look-alike
___ chi (martial art)
___ colada
___ Fraser of tennis
'Harper Valley P.T.A.' actress
'Right as the Rain' songwriter
'James Joyce' author Leon ___
'Howdy!' sayer
'Knight, Death and the Devil' engraver
'Star Wars' role
'Sula' novelist Morrison
'The Christmas Song' co-composer
'Tijuana Taxi' performer
1,000-pager, e.g.
14-Down's warning
1956 Sinatra song
90%, say
Actress Valli
Be clueless
Big clod
Blender sound
Blood brother
Church dignitary's title: Abbr.
Concentrate, in a way
Crime-solving couple of old radio
Cross with
Crossbreeding result
Delhi wrap
Derisive laughs
Destroyers, in brief
Diamond legend
Dict. listing
Dog that yips
Dogpatch possessive
Dumas's musketeers, for example
Durango dish
Eight in a row?
Enough, for some
Famous getting-off spot
Flip side?
Former Polish capital
Frigid follower?
No formal discourse
No great endeavor
Novelist Ephron
Oklahoma state tree
On ___ (without a contract)
Outlying district, briefly
P.I., e.g.
Part of 108-Down
Patriot, e.g.
Peace Nobelist John ___ Orr
Pick up
Place for pumps
Prefix with friendly
Record's end?
Saki's 'The Chronicles of ___'
Scott Turow book
Seine tributary
Sexless ones
Skater, at times
Skylit courts
Social reformer Bloomer
Some annexes
Some college endowers
Some srs. take them
Some TV's
Some vacuum tubes
Son of Seth
Sorority letters
Soul singer Thomas et al.
Spin doctor
Stanza alternative
Germs may grow in it
Hands-on defense?
Hate group
Iris features
It began after 1945
It flows through the Lake of Thun
It may be stuck in an apple
Its walls withstand a lot of pressure
Juice bar stock
Justice Souter's appointer
Key material
Kind of day, month or year
Kind of seating
Kind of support
Least perturbable
Lift, so to speak
Like Dumas's mask
Like sleep, ideally
Like some loan repayment plans
Like some sketches: Abbr.
Linguist Chomsky
Local forecast focus
Lock producer
Magnet alloy
Mortgagor, often
Mr. Kotter's portrayer
Mrs. Rabin
Neighbor of Mauritania
Neil Diamond's '___ Said'
Never, in Nordhausen

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