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New York Times crossword of January 24th, 2010 other clues
Animal with four toes on its front feet and three toes on its back feet
Astronomer who lost part of his nose in a duel
B, essentially
Bamboo lover
Become depleted
Bingo call
Biologist Stephen Jay ___
Bittersweet performance
Bob Marley classic
Botanical balm
Buddhist sect
Butchers' offerings
Camera type, briefly
Casting requirement
China's Sun ___-sen
Church recesses
Classy publication?
Cold response?
Come to the rescue
Comic strip '___ and Janis'
Cookie holders
Corey of 'Stand By Me'
Cross swords?
Dance move
Dumas's Monte Cristo, e.g.
Eda who wrote 'When Your Child Drives You Crazy'
Edition: Abbr.
Electrician's need
Engage in a certain college prank
Mall attraction
Medium power?
Mental acuity
Mild cigar
Monopoly token
Monopoly token
Morales of 'La Bamba'
More fresh
Mowgli's friend in 'The Jungle Book'
Musical score abbr.
Narrow waterway
National Geographic inserts
Neither Rep. nor Dem.
Nielsen of 'The Naked Gun'
Oct. ordeal for jrs.
One-piece vestments
Only person to win Emmys for acting, writing and directing
Orange spots
Part of an ironman competition
Parting locale
Party leadership?
Patriotic women's org.
Pierre's girlfriends
Place for breaking things?
Planets, e.g.
PlayStation alternative
Polar feature
Prefix with -gon
Prefix with Chinese
Propelled, in a way
Vulgar person
What 'ipso' means
Where a tab goes
Where to find Lux.
With 14-Down, what to do on the dotted lines to reveal six hidden things that have something in common with this puzzle
Woe for Fido
World Service airer
Writers Bagnold and Blyton
___ al-Fayed, companion of Princess Diana
___ Circus (ancient Roman arena)
___Kosh B'Gosh
First name in soul
Five-star review
Football Hall-of-Fame coach Greasy
Former New Jersey governor James
Gershwin musical of 1928
Gold Glover Suzuki
Gradually remove
Ham on stage
Han's hon
Hanukkah serving
Headed for overtime
Heroin, slangily
Hinged fasteners
Intersection of the x and y axes
Inuit word for 'house'
It may rain in these
Jingle writer, maybe
Kind of artery
Kind of infection
Labor Dept. watchdog
Lacking skill in
Lamp locales
Latin 101 word
LAX data: Abbr.
Letter-shaped woodworking vise
Like good guards
Like tennis serves
Lopsided victory
Publication founded in 1952 featuring artwork that does the same thing as this puzzle
Put ___ to (end)
Quick on the uptake
R.N. locales
Rein, e.g.
Rink fake-out
Rolling in the grass?
Roman's country
Run longer than expected
See 7-Down
Shells out
Six-time U.S. Open champ
Skipjack and yellowfin
Small vortex
Some Army NCO's
Some early New Yorker cartoons
Star of 'Charles in Charge'
Start of Massachusetts' motto
Suisse peaks
Tel Aviv coin
The Father of Mexican Independence
The like
This might make you red in the face
This, in Madrid
Times, e.g.
Tour de France stage
Toxic chemical, for short
Trillion: Prefix
TV Guide info
Valve in some fireplaces
Veer quickly
Visibly very embarrassed
'Rule, Britannia' composer
'America' singer in 'West Side Story'
'I Shot Andy Warhol' star Taylor
'Joyeux' time
'Just ___!'
'Roger ___ Book of Film'
'Still ...'
'The Oblong Box' author
'Typee' sequel
'Who ___?'
'___ luego!'
1950 Asimov classic
1992 Robin Williams movie
1997 Peter Fonda role
1997 Will Smith/Tommy Lee Jones blockbuster, for short
A century in Washington: Abbr.
Adequate, old-style
All alternative

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