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Jean-___ Picard of "Star Trek" crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 26th, 2023 other clues
Barber's belt
Last monarch of the House of Stuart
More aged, as some cheeses
Comicdom's "Queen of the Jungle"
Sierra ___ (Mexican range, informally)
Trademarked coffee holder
Things you might save while driving
Like many indie films
Aptly named mascot of the 2000 Olympics
"Watch it!"
Boom producer, once: Abbr.
Leaves in the kitchen?
Developing phenomena literally depicted three times in this puzzle
One way an animal may be held
Shakespearean cries
The "Gateway to the West"
In a bind
Google ___, service beginning in 2017
Name hidden in "oleomargarine"
Way off
Gradually develop, literally
Company originally founded as Blue Ribbon Sports
Kind of power in math
"Let's ___!"
Early 2010s
You might make waves when you lie about this
Is the real deal
Kitchen gadget with an edge
Bunch of bits
French season
Shaving canful
Butterfly, but not a caterpillar
Fried food whose name translates to "breaded"
Hole maker
Big name in juice pouches
Norse god of war
All-time go-between
"Are you down for this?"
Fabled visitors to 49-Down, in brief
Farm storehouse
Southwest city in 1947 news
Punished for the weekend, perhaps
Screen display
Beer containers
One might hit a very low pitch
Opposite of dry, to a vintner
Many an essential worker, for short
Evidencing physical exertion
Put on
Suffer in the summer heat
Game in which the object is to score 500 points
Spot for firing
Kind of group in chemistry
"At Last" singer James
Gradually develop, literally
Total phony
Palindromic word in classic poetry
Cuba's ___ Castro, brother of Fidel
Gradually develop, literally
Some surgical tools
Hem's partner
Enormous amounts to spend
"As far as I'm concerned …"
Sushi staple that isn't served raw
Put a fork in it!
Quantity contrasted with a vector, in physics
Most like a wallflower
Ink holder

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