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New York Times Crossword Answers February 13 2017

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New York Times Crossword Answers February 13 2017

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  • Worker protection org.
  • Reluctant (to)
  • Like the band Josie and the Pussycats
  • Stereo control: Abbr.
  • Walking
  • Saks ___ Avenue
  • Former Italian P.M. whose name means “beloved”
  • Cut again as grass
  • China’s Mao ___-tung
  • Reduced with “back”
  • Beehive product
  • Houston player
  • Poem like “The swallow flies up / Into a blue evening sky / Summer’s small herald”
  • Devour with the eyes
  • Cookie morsel
  • Laze
  • Share a border with
  • “Well what have we here!”
  • Brooch
  • ___ Lanka
  • Item in a golfer’s pocket
  • B-ball official
  • Alternative to arbitrary governance
  • Wriggly fish
  • Smokey Bear ad e.g. for short
  • Doesn’t leave
  • Deice
  • Gave for a while
  • State that the Arctic Circle passes through
  • Aesthetic taste
  • “Call me ___!” “O.K. you’re …!”
  • Proverbial waste maker
  • Heavenly hunter
  • “Bad bad” Brown of song
  • Small egg
  • Houston player once
  • Metes (out)
  • Spanish wine region with “La”
  • Horse whose coat is sprinkled with white hairs
  • F.D.R.’s successor
  • “Six-pack” muscles
  • Name of five Norwegian kings
  • Words after work or museum
  • Former Iranian leader
  • How Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic
  • French department capital known in Roman times as Nemausus
  • ___ Nostra (crime group)
  • Rock and roll has one in Cleveland
  • Pro’s opposite
  • Org. that monitors gun sales
  • Reached
  • Shop employee
  • Words of greeting
  • Chandon’s partner in Champagne
  • Blossom-to-be
  • October birthstone
  • Play as a guitar
  • Dem.’s counterpart
  • 1980s cop show that TV Guide once ranked as the greatest TV drama of all time
  • Dollar bill
  • Robber
  • Singer Fitzgerald
  • Battery for a TV remote
  • Window unit
  • James Earl Jones or Tommy Lee Jones
  • Zones
  • String quartet instrument
  • An evergreen
  • Gentlemen
  • Ruckus
  • Made off with
  • Freezing rain
  • Mexico’s ___ California
  • One-named New Age singer
  • Succinctly put
  • What the Ugly Duckling became
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