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One-quarter of 'Whose woods these are I think I know' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 2nd, 2011 other clues
'After the maid cleans out the ___ ___ going to polish the fireplace doors'
'At the organic market, the price of ___ ___ from moderate to ridiculous'
'Hey there!'
'The note accompanying the ___ ___ that all money should go to charity'
'The reporter heard the New York ___ ___ his coach'
'The teacher found that ___ ___-a-longs helped her pupils remember their ABCs'
'___ Nacht' (Christmas carol)
'___ that cute?!'
'___ to you!'
15-Across and allies: Abbr.
Accept a contract
Alone, on the stage
Asian nanny
Blind component
Bobblehead movement
Caste member
Center of Good & Plenty candy
Class with many functions: Abbr.
Club for knights
Doffs one's lid
End of the line, say: Abbr.
Feeling down
Fight with
Flap one's gums
Glue brand
Graybearded sort
Houston-to-Chicago dir.
John, to Paul, George or Ringo
Kentucky senator Paul
Lascivious lookers
Latin 101 verb
Lith. and Lat., once
Long-legged waders
Members of the 22-Across
Old Dungeons & Dragons co.
Org. for 9-Down
Part of a two-piece suit?
Penny collector
Plant swelling
Response to a general question?
Rocky ridge
Rode the pine
See 47-Down
Some muscle cars
Sorority letters
Sounds from barracks, maybe
Start of an old Army recruiting line
Sticks (out)
Stirring time?
Suffix with magnet
Suffix with magnet
Take ___ (lose one)
Tennis player, at times
Tex-Mex fare
Tiger, e.g., informally
Turns over, as an engine
Weekly NBC staple, for short
Welcoming customers
Went over again
With 9-Across, post office mail slot ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme
Young salmon
Zombies might be on it
___ Anderson, Super Bowl XXV M.V.P.
___ Cruces

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