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New York Times crossword of December 16th, 2001 other clues
Stereotypical bouquet bringer
Store, as wine
The Admiral Benbow ___ ('Treasure Island' locale)
The twist, once
This puzzle's surplus
Took a powder
Toys with tails
Turn in
Turners of blind eyes
Twisty turns
Up for grabs
White rat, e.g.
Widens, in a way
Winter Palace figures
Word said while scratching the head
Words following 'often'
Work ___
___ Harbour, Fla.
'Built better than it has to be' sloganeer
'Dat ___' (jazz tune)
'Family Ties' mother
'Full House' star
'Suppose ...'
'The Crucible' setting
'Two Years Before the Mast' writer
1926 La Scala premiere
1983 Indy 500 winner Tom
Actor Buchholz
Actor Lee Van ___
Actress on parole?
Animals with twisted horns
Aptly named author
Art Ross Trophy org.
Avoided an accident, maybe
Bar, in law
Be humiliated
Belgian advice columnist?
Big Indian
Blessing elicitor
Book before Daniel: Abbr.
Bootleggers' worries
Burlesque bit
Cafeteria needs
Canon rival
Cassio's rival
Checks out carefully
Chicken general?
Clamp shape
Clark's 'Mogambo' co-star
Collinsworth of N.F.L. fame
Colorless gas with a pungent odor, for short
Cousin of 'Rah!'
Cross-dressing comedian?
Dawdling actor?
Donut, mathematically
Duelers' units
Dusk, to Donne
Enter, as data
Ocean menaces
On top
One-named supermodel
Online event
Ovid opus
Pablum eater
Part of an oil lamp
Passport producer
Picnic staple
Place for bateaux
Prefix with -hedron
Prefix with -hedron
Prefix with function
Prefix with linear
Quotable one
Results of some bad QB passes
Rock's ___ Fighters
Romance novelist Georgette
Runaway of rhyme
Schiller work adapted by Beethoven
Science of programmable machines
Screwball actress?
Sean ___ Lennon
Sentence part: Abbr.
Setting of many Hardy novels
Shipping weights
Showy shrub
Singer in a brawl?
Site of 1970's marches
Some newspaper essays
Some Semites
Some taters
Eyeball covers
Farsi speaker
Feline, to Tweety
Financing abbr.
French illustrator Gustave
Gloomy Gus
Going ___
Golf's ___ Cup
Huxtable boy
It's outstanding
Jazz (up)
Junior partner, maybe
Kind of ink
Kunta ___ ('Roots' role)
Ladybug's prey
Lahore garb
Like 'The X-Files'
Look after
Mad-dog singer?
Make more potent
Michigan town where Thomas Dewey was born
Miniature racer
Nationalists' capital
News-making 1926 Channel swimmer
None the worse for wear, emotionally
Not many
Not shut, to Shelley
Nuremberg trial defendant

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