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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'|
|'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|
|Center of Good & Plenty candy|
|Class with many functions: Abbr.|
|Club for knights|
|Doffs one's lid|
|End of the line, say: Abbr.|
|Flap one's gums|
|John, to Paul, George or Ringo|
|Kentucky senator Paul|
|Latin 101 verb|
|Lith. and Lat., once|
|Members of the 22-Across|
|Old Dungeons & Dragons co.|
|Org. for 9-Down|
|Part of a two-piece suit?|
|Response to a general question?|
|Rode the pine|
|Some muscle cars|
|Sounds from barracks, maybe|
|Start of an old Army recruiting line|
|Suffix with magnet|
|Suffix with magnet|
|Take ___ (lose one)|
|Tennis player, at times|
|Tiger, e.g., informally|
|Turns over, as an engine|
|Weekly NBC staple, for short|
|Went over again|
|With 9-Across, post office mail slot ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme|
|Zombies might be on it|
|___ Anderson, Super Bowl XXV M.V.P.|
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