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New York Times crossword of December 2nd, 2004 other clues
'Last Essays of ___,' 1833
'That's a lie!'
'The Secret of ___' (1982 film)
100 cents
1912 Olympics track star
1939 movie setting
1980's-90's ensemble drama
1992-93 heavyweight champ
1997 film '___ Gold'
Barely passing grades
Beats handily
Big shiner
Cary of 'The Princess Bride'
Cheese ___
Claudius's successor
Creatures able to regenerate lost limbs
Defamatory statement
Dirty look
Employee entrance location
Eye piece
File holders, for short
From the States: Abbr.
Fur-trimmed garment
Gamblers' holdings
Historical topic
Informal interview
Iranian coin
It follows 'Repeat after me'
Items sold at stands
Keats's 'La Belle Dame Sans ___'
Like some nouns in Lat.
Line of poetry
Lose by design
Make winter wear, maybe
Marius ___, 'the father of classical ballet'
Medicinal amt.
Mexican dish
Moon of Neptune
Mother of Zeus
Motherly instinct
Of higher rank than
One stocking stockings
Palindromic guy
Patron saint of Norway
Places to sit on a ship
Plowless planting method
Protective cover?
Radio host Schlessinger
Sacred Hindu book
Satirical novelist Stanley
Science center
Shaggy-dog story
Sledding spot
Starts to rise from bed
Stickpin head
What 1-, 6-, 9-, 68-, 69- and 70-Across have in common
Whence the line 'Thy word is a lamp unto my feet'
Wispy clouds
Worked up
Writer who said 'I am not a speed reader. I am a speed understander'
Writer Zora ___ Hurston

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