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Barely managed, with 'out' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 31st, 2002 other clues
'The Morning Watch' author
'It comes ___ surprise'
35-Across in 1946
'___ bin ein Berliner'
'___ number can play'
35-Across in 1964
35-Across in 1994
35-Across, from 1955-61
Actor Moranis
Admiral's force
Allot, with 'out'
Approaches
Bowery ___
Brand for Bowser
Carmaker's woe
Carroll girl
Chief Pontiac, e.g.
City opposite Ciudad Juárez
Cleveland-to-Baltimore dir.
Syndicate head
Talk, talk, talk
Tropical vines
Trumpeter Herb
Unseen 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' character
Vestige
Visitor to Siam
Whole bunch
Windy City trains
___ and Swiss
Common lunchtime
Court divider
Court great Arthur
Cranberry product
Crow's sound
Depends (on)
Destiny
Ear or tube preceder
Fiesta Bowl site
Finger-in-the-socket consequence
Finish line, perhaps
Forces out
Forever, poetically
German border river
Gist
Gofer: Abbr.
Hairpieces, slangily
Hindu royal: Var.
Hospitalized patient's state
Hotelier Helmsley
Inventor Whitney
Issues in paperback, perhaps
It rates m.p.g.
Its stakes may be a beer
Links org.
Marquand's Mr.
Mimicker
Napoleonic marshal
Norway's patron saint
One of the Fab Four
One way to the WWW
One who opens a can of worms?
Otherwise
Pat Boone's '___ Love'
Place to stack money
Program airing
See 17-, 23-, 48- and 57-Across
Serling of 'The Twilight Zone'
Sound system
Spawner in the Sargasso Sea
Spies seek them
Spritelike
Striker, often
Swelled head
Swill
Symbol of redness

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