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New York Times crossword of December 20th, 2008 other clues
'The Mod Squad' co-star
'___ Rose' (song from 'The Music Man')
1960s dance showcased on 'Laugh-In'
Able to stand the heat?
Architecture that gets to the point?
Aspirin pioneer Hoffmann
Australian export
Beginnings of hedges?
Birthplace of Yves Saint Laurent
Broadway play with the role of Emperor Joseph II
Brontë classic
Capitoline Museums locale
Certain air current
City near the Wasatch Mountains
Classic name in copiers
Connecticut delegate to the Continental Congress
Frequent ad-libber on 'The Steve Allen Show'
From square one
Game played on an 81-square board
Grp. formed in Bogotá in 1948
It has things you want to see
It helps a culture advance
It's put on before pulling away
Jock in 'Archie' comics
Keep from being bored
League part
Least definite
Like some cakes and hair
Lucky mystique
Mac user's motivation
Maneuver gently
Neighbor of the Caucasus
Object of many an appraisal
One likely to leave things out?
One of a notorious pair in Genesis
One of two in Canada?
One-named film star of the 1930s-'60s
Onetime bodyguard of Muhammad Ali and Michael Jackson
Org. with the Eddie Eagle safety program
Orion's left foot
Papal capes
Part of a Latin trio
People: Prefix
Prefix with car
Presidential first name
Quantity of peanut butter
Reef predator
Reverse, e.g.
Science concerned with aging
Soviet sub class
Subject of many a billet-doux
Time after le soleil sets
Token that you're taken
Trans-Siberian Railroad stop
Trying to get home
Units of a chain with links?
Vexes, with 'at'
When the beat goes on ... and on ... and on?
Woman's loose-fitting garment with flared legs
World capital long beset by civil unrest
Zoot-suited, say
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