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|New York Times crossword of December 16th, 1999 other clues|
|C&W singer Tritt|
|Cash in Capua|
|Certain money transfer|
|Dickens's pen name|
|End of grace|
|Ernie's 'Sesame Street' pal|
|Family dog, for short|
|Fortune 500 chemicals company|
|Helping for a while, with 'over'|
|Hold in check|
|Holiday window item|
|Home of the legendary Morgan le Fay|
|Leporello, e.g., in 'Don Giovanni'|
|Like Beethoven's Sonata No. 30|
|One of the Chaplins|
|Red Sea borderer|
|Say 'Li'l Abner,' say|
|Sheraton Hotels owner|
|Something eaten with the palms?|
|Source of some clicking|
|They're involved in pageantry|
|What tellers lack?|
|With 11-Down, 3-Down's last words?|
|'How the Other Half Lives' author Jacob|
|'Open sesame!' sayer|
|'So ___ me!'|
|Admonition to a child|
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