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New York Times crossword of January 21st, 2006 other clues
'Dog Barking at the Moon' painter, 1926
10 kilogauss
Accusatory words
Artificial flavor base
Beat up
Big bore
Brazilian port known for coffee
Captain of the Ghost, in Jack London's 'The Sea Wolf'
Casserole dishes
Certain red algae
Chart climber
City on the Salentine Peninsula
Comes back
Cousin of Jane Eyre
Day before a Jewish holiday
Essayist whose motto was 'Que sais-je?'
Exercise, in Exeter
Floor coverings, to a Brit
Insults wittily
It isn't repeated
It's full of slots, briefly
Land at an Italian airport?
Leader of a 1970 military coup
Legally punishable
Literary character who debuted in 'The Curse of Capistrano'
Looks up to
Make a mess of
Many Madrileños
Martyred Carmelite nun ___ Stein
Music critic's bane
Name on some briefs
Native up north
Not be able to take
Not stopped
Number one
One singled out before drinking
One tying up a turkey, say
One way of fitting
Order lover
Passing legend
Petal product: Var.
Plans to get back at
Pop singer McCartney
Potting materials
Pronunciation considerations
Provide with new squares, perhaps
Starbucks slip-ons
Theme of Nabokov's 'Lolita'
They're good at taking things down
They're treated by veterinarios
Turned over
Warner Music Group label
William ___, secretary of commerce under Clinton
Woman in Chekhov's 'The Sea-Gull'

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