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|New York Times crossword of December 6th, 1997 other clues|
|Approaching the hour|
|'Cape Fear' actor|
|'I can take ___!'|
|1956 invasion site|
|Area of barren lava flows, in the Southwest|
|Place for a lecture|
|Retriever, for short|
|Season of l'année|
|Seats without backs|
|Something to chew|
|Suffix in political studies|
|Today's theme, which will help answer the six capitalized clues|
|Word with card or flood|
|___ el Amarna, Egypt|
|Bank statement listings: Abbr.|
|DAILY NEWSPAPER FEATURES|
|Daryl's 'Roxanne' co-star|
|Easy Monopoly purchase|
|Eponymic New Jersey city|
|Firefighters, at times|
|First name in fashion|
|FRONTIERSMAN WHO DIED AT THE ALAMO|
|It goes around around a roundup|
|It might be a reflection on you|
|Kind of sch.|
|Like the 1880's, e.g.|
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