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New York Times crossword of February 8th, 2009 other clues
'Barbara ___'
'ER' extras, for short
'Headlines' presenter
'Hellboy' star Perlman
'Hubba hubba!'
'La Vie en Rose' singer
'Loot' playwright
'Pajama Party,' e.g.
1666 London fire chronicler
1977 double-platinum jazz-rock album
Airport where 91-Down flies
Ancient Mexican people
Aquatic organism
At home, abroad
Auburn, e.g.: Abbr.
Average Joe, e.g.
Backers and bankers
Bass holders, maybe
Bistro, informally
Blood of the gods, in Greek myth
Broadcast worker's union
Bygone Coney Island attraction
Came to
Canon type, in brief
ChapStick alternative
Christopher who directed 'The Dark Knight'
Circus cries
Closer by
Clothes line
Co. with a triangular logo
College World Series org.
Computer programs, for short
Cousin of a crow
Dallas center?
Deck material
Deli receptacle
Dermal opening?
Didn't drink daintily
Dime novels and such
Dole offering
Doo-wop syllable
Egyptian god of the universe
Ending with way or sea
Exodus figure
Eye-popping canvases
Fictional Tom
Film-rating org.
Flier to 25-Across, for short
Foreign correspondents?
Former Israeli president Weizman
German city whose name means 'to eat'
Good times
Goose egg
Grant's first secretary of state ___ Washburne
Hägar's dog
Hand-picked thing
Hardly a beauty queen
Hastings, ___, where Kool-Aid was invented: Abbr.
Homer's hangout
Indy entrant
Initials, perhaps
Invitation to a visitor
Jim Carrey film, with 'The'
Just out
Land at Orly?
Life partner?
Like money in the bank
Manhattan area next to Chinatown
March word
Means of parental control
Mercury, e.g.
More pallid
Motown singer Terrell
Noted Spanish muralist
One of the former Big Three in news
One with a burning desire
Onetime Ritz rival
Org. with an Office of Water
Oscar-winning role for Meryl Streep
Pans in comedy clubs
Part of CBS: Abbr.
Pass over
Pizza Hut competitor
Popular women's fragrance
Powerful D.C. lobby
Price production
Printerr's misteaks?
Prozac maker
Rain, briefly
Ready for action
Receivers of some downloads
Red states?: Abbr.
Residency requirement, for some
Robt. ___
Room in una residencia
Set piece
Sing 'The Moon Got in My Eyes,' e.g.
Some car shoppers
Some deer
Some whiskey drinks
Start of the third qtr.
Stop working, as an engine, with 'up'
Symbol on a pole
Talks monotonously
Tee sizes, on signs
They start A-B, C, D-E, etc.
Tie up
Track runner
Triumphant cries
W.W. I battle site in Belgium
Wash again, as the floor
Whack jobs
Where 'amo, amas, amat' is learned
Where you are on a Métro map?
Who wrote 'The only abnormality is the incapacity to love'
Word said while tipping one's hat
You can dig it
___ Bridge, historic 1874 span across the Mississippi

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