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New York Times crossword of February 1st, 1997 other clues
'Holy moly!'
1910 Rodin sculpture at the Met
Abraded
Available
Bargeman
Betting option
Blood
Bootleggers' bane
Bottom part of a pump
Break
Cardinal's insignia
Charles, to William
Colonel Sanders at a hen party?
Cut
Duds
Entertainer whose given names were Wladziu Valentino
Executorial concern
Flap
Floor decoration
Glutton's opposite
Godsend
Greek letters
Hero
Hockey's Tikkanen
Ionic compound
Klink's clink
Language for the masses
Level of hierarchy: Abbr.
Meteorologist's prefix
Music to ease the second-job blues?
Napoleon's empire of 1814-15
Nimiety
Of the small intestine
On the line
Perpetual, in poesy
Pertaining to the armpit
Piston's place: Abbr.
Platter
Practice
Prefix with state
Presumed authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Pro ___
Quaver, e.g.
Quiddity
Rap sheet list
Royalty payer
Saw again
Sentence shortener
Shangri-La cleric
Sharing
Signal at Sotheby's
Simple flute
Small buzzer
Spanish replies
Squirt
Subject of a Clive Cussler best seller, with 'the'
Tempers
Temple ___
The old man in 'The Old Man and the Sea'
They come in a pack
They create a sensation
They're pulled in pulkas
They're served at Fortnum and Mason
Touch of acrimony
Tubb, 'The Texas Troubadour'
Victorian, in a way
Visibility aid
Yaks
___ Arden, Flash Gordon companion

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