0105-10 New York Times Crossword Answers 5 Jan 10

This is my solution to the crossword published in the New York Times today. If you are doing the New York Times crossword in any other publication, you are working on the syndicated puzzle.

Here is a link to my answers to today’s SYNDICATED New York Times crossword.

Completion Time: 11m 27s
Theme: You can SEE “RED” in the middle of the themed answers.
Answers I  missed: None 

Today’s Googlies …

16 KEPI: That hat worn by Charles de Gaulle.
30 DUMA: Representative assemblies in Russia.
65 OSAGE: The Osage Nation is actually mainly found in Oklahoma.

6 TREVOR: Claire Trevor played the alcoholic mistress, Gay Dawn, in the 1948 movie Key Largo.
33 ANKHS: Ankhs are crosses in the shape of an Egyptian hieroglyph.
41 POETESS: Anne Bradstreet was the first woman to be published in Colonial America.
51 OCHS: Phil Ochs was an American protest singer, active in the days of the Vietnam War.
54 IOLA: Iola, KS is named after Iola Colburn, the wife of one of the city’s founding fathers.
59 TAO: The Tao Te Ching is a classical Chinese text, fundamental to the philosophy of Taoism.

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