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New York Times crossword of December 28th, 2011 other clues
'... Mac ___ PC?'
'Bus Stop' playwright
'Michael Collins' org
'The usual,' say
'You shouldn't have said that!'
1945 battle site, briefly
1998 Sarah McLachlan hit
Big name in handbags
Billing cycle, often
Bout ender, briefly
Breakfast offerings
Brewer's need
Camera type, for short
Campbell's variety
Carl Sagan book
Cheesehead's state: Abbr
Computer screen lineup
Cured fare
D.C.-based media giant
Deborah of 'Tea and Sympathy'
Dialect coach's slogan?
Em, to Dorothy
European gin mill?
Gift to an outgoing member of Congress?
Go head to head
Grand Lodge member
Grounded avian
Hale who won three U.S. Opens
Hanukkah pancakes
He 'was here'
James who won a posthumous Pulitzer
Just out
Leaf-turning time: Abbr
Like some elephants
Literary family name
Miss Quested of 'A Passage to India'
Modern crime, briefly ... or a hint to 17-, 36- and 59-Across
Most major-leaguers have them
Mountain ___
Moves carefully
Nostradamus, e.g
Notable #4 on the ice
Parade honoree, perhaps
Plant anew
Poet who wrote 'They also serve who only stand and wait'
Pop singer Brickell
Prefix with foil or phobia
Radar's rank on 'M*A*S*H': Abbr
Rancher's land
Restrain, in a way
Riviera city
Romain de Tirtoff's alias
Roommate, informally
Shout at a concert
Small songster
Soft ball material
Sommer on screen
Speaks ill of
Spoke sweet nothings
Sun Bowl Stadium sch
Sun. talk
The 'I' of ICBM
The University of the South, familiarly
Tire letters
Too firm, perhaps
Tot's wheels
Wharf pest
What this is, fittingly
Withdrawn apple spray
Wroclaw's river, to Poles
Y sporter
Zeno's home

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