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New York Times crossword of January 12th, 2014 other clues
Striped Girl Scout cookie
Subject of the documentary 'An Unreasonable Man'
Take on
Test subject
That, in Tijuana
The Adversary
The East
Tilex target
TV/movie group associated with this puzzle's theme?
Two-time U.S. Open champ
Valedictorian's pride, for short
Vientiane native
Word repeated in the 'Superman' intro
Work on the roof, say
Zodiac symbol
'The Witches' writer
'70s self-help course
'Common Sense' pamphleteer
'Movin' ___' (TV theme song)
'Pop' goer
'The Lord of the Rings' villain
'___ Anything' ('Oliver!' song)
'___ hear'
*'M*A*S*H' star
*Astral saga that has a Darth part
*Bar glass that's half Bass, half dark malt
*Black cat that packs grass and chants 'Jah'
*Fab 'backward-gram' à la 'Sam, aha! Bahamas!'
*Flashback and halfbacks
*Gala that saw 'Black Swan,' 'Avatar' and 'Ab Fab' attract claps
*Grand-slam drama that stars Bacall's man
*Half an Xmas 'Halls' chant
*Lama's art that can't last
*Landmark vassal law act
*Warm mask/cap amalgams
1976 horror hit, with 'The'
69-Across, e.g
A bridge might have one
Adams and Alcott
Agave drink
Air apparent?
An op-ed has one
Apple product
Apple product
Apple product, perhaps
Beat poet Cassady and others
Belafonte hit
Best-selling novelist Susan
Big name in faucets
Bird's gullet
Bit of Google programming
Burger topper
Burning desire
Bygone Bombay bigwig
Captain Hook's right hand
Chip on one's shoulder, say
Chrysler Building style, informally
Comedian Margaret
Count ___
Cutting edge
Day-and-night, in a way
Designer McCartney
Dungeons & Dragons figure
Equal to the task
French Oscar
Friends, in Firenze
Gatekeeper's cry
Gift shop buy
Great Basin natives
Gulager of TV's 'The Virginian'
Heavily favored
Hike, with 'up'
Houston's old ___ Field
In the slightest
It goes before E except after C
Item of attire for 54-Across
Jackie of 'Shanghai Noon'
King Arthur of tennis
Kitty, e.g
Kris ___ (music duo)
Last name in Scotch
Latin 101 verb
Lawyers' org
Like blokes
Like classical poetry
Little to no
Louis Armstrong, to friends
Maine senator after Mitchell
Meaning: Fr
Minneapolis suburb
Modernist Kafka
Most handy
Napoleon, e.g., twice
Noted political maiden name
One in a gray suit
One of die Planeten
Online gaming guilds
Physical, e.g
Picasso's designer daughter
Pier place
Pilates targets
Point value of an A in Scrabble
Prefix with -hedron
Puts away
Recipe amt
Reebok alternative
Score creator Schifrin
Segway inventor Dean ___
Sign at an intersection
Skin soother
Something woeful
Source of excitement
Square meals that are round
Staple of a waiting room
Steakhouse order
Stone figures?

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