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New York Times crossword of January 6th, 2012 other clues
'Dove ___' (Mozart aria)
'Guaranteed relief every time' sloganeer
'Refudiate,' e.g
007 player
18-footer, maybe
1958 Buddy Holly hit
1967 hit with the lyric 'You know you're a cute little heartbreaker'
1990s series initially set in the year 2193
2005 horror sequel
2010 Ke$ha chart-topper with a creatively spelled five-word title
Against a thing, at law
Auto racer Luyendyk
Axis, e.g
Certain 49-Down
Chickens for dinner
Company whose jobs are often changing?
Condition known medically as pes planus
Do a driver's no-no
Eponym of a frozen food
Farriers' tools
Fund-raising suffix
Gets into Monk music
Got to the bottom of
Grant-giving org
Head for the hills
Historic leader?
Iraq war subject, briefly
It makes the Statue of Liberty green
It may be picked up in the woods
It takes a bow at a musical performance
Jerry or Jerry Lee
Kind of strip
Lane on Broadway
Letters signifying quality brandy
Measured two-dimensionally
Mild Irish oath
Move to and fro
Musical with the song 'Written in the Stars'
Mythical runner
Nike competitor
One can be tall
Place for a plug
Poetic contraction
Prefix with port
Put to sleep
Rappers' covers
Russian ballerina Galina
Said 'There, there' to, say
Seine sight
Sibling, at times?
Simon of Duran Duran
Sister of Helios
Sound really good
Surrealist Tanguy
Telephone trio
The so-called Island of the Gods
Very excited
Volga tributary
Wife, in Juárez
Women's wear
Workers' org. founded by Samuel Gompers
Working group

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