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Caseworkers?: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 15th, 2007 other clues
'A Chapter on Ears' essayist
'I'm sorry, Dave' speaker of sci-fi
'Symphony in Black' and others
'___ sine scientia nihil est' (old Latin motto)
1957 RKO purchaser
1970s-'80s Australian P.M.
6'5' All-Star relief ace with identical first two initials
Be about to fall
Beginning with vigor
Buddhist teachings
Butcher's offering
Catherine I and others
Certain ball
Composer Puccini
Dessert of chilled fruit and coconut
Didn't proceed forthrightly
Eponymous theater mogul
Fail to keep
Fangorn Forest dweller
Filled in for a vacationer, in a way
Get bronze, say
Gets the job done
Grp. with a common purpose
Ingredients in a protein shake
Itinerary abbr.
Liszt's 'Paganini ___'
Low points
Main route
Mother of Hades
Muscle named for its shape
Not at all close to
Order to leave
Org. that fought warrantless wiretapping
Org. with aces and chips
Paris possessive
Part of a French 101 conjugation
Part of some disguises
Places to make notes
Pretty poor chances
Pro fighter
Pro's remark
Raise canines?
Rivals for the folks' attention, maybe
Rx instruction
Sci-fi author Le Guin
Subject to an assessment?
Take off
They come and go
They get sore easily
They're fried
They're lit
Took dead aim, with 'in'
Top piece
Up to snuff
Wasn't straight
What reindeer do
Where Mt. Tabor is: Abbr.
Words of expectation
___ Peterson, lead role in 'Bells Are Ringing'
___-Aztecan language

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