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A 43-Across may end one crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 31st, 2016 other clues
'Golden Boy' writer
'Hardly a surprise'
'To the best of my recollection ...'
1997 adventure/horror film that takes place in the Amazon
A maverick doesn't follow it
Alternatives to rumps
An emoticon is a simple form of it
Analogues of circuit solicitors, informally
Bad actor
Boy's name that's a hardware item
Chain of seven countries
Circus ring?
Classification system used in some banks
Cosplay and fanfic are parts of it
Court coup
Delivery of supplies by air, in a way
Dome light?
Enamel finish?
Exposed part of a deal
Gave it the old college try
Hopped up
Hypothetical miracle material
Join, as two pieces of metal by application of heat and pressure
Justin who directed 'Star Trek Beyond'
Knowledge of fine arts
Like evidence gathered in some stings
Live-streaming problems
Losing side in the Battle of Marathon, 490 B.C
Manatee's order, whose name comes from Greek myth
Manhattan topper
Nice thing after getting the cold shoulder?
Noble Italian family name shared by three popes
Not around the bend
One of about 3,412 in a kW-h
One standing in an alley
Oscar composition, mostly
Part of a basketball court
Part of a not-so-clean slate
Peace Palace locale, with 'The'
People on the wrong end of a landslide
Pottery Barn stock
Preservers of plant specimens
Publishing order
Removes as superfluous
Says 'But I don't wanna!,' say
Some next of kin
Strips to pieces?
Stuck at a lodge, say
Term of endearment
The 'P' of P. G. Wodehouse
The TV network in 'Network'
Turn loose?
Vivaldi's birthplace
Website with 'The Next Big Thing' videos
___ lab (place for an angiogram)

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