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New York Times crossword of December 22nd, 2006 other clues
Farm stand units
Go bad
Good thing to be put out of
Highlighted rte. on a map
Hungarian filmmaker Tarr
It can help you carry a tune
It helps in passing
It may appear on a record
It may be found in a slip
It's a big stretch
It's east of Mayfair
Just out, maybe
Key of the 'Eroica'
Kick in
Kind of blade
Lab wear
Language related to Bannock
Large cells
Lecture follow-up
Major milk maker
Met who won the 1985 Cy Young Award
Party hiree
Problem while drying out
Rescuee's cry
Saragossa is on it
Seminal computer game of 1989
Shop steward, briefly
Show stopper?
Slangy intensifier
Small heart, say
Some executive offices
Some mail services: Abbr.
Something picked up in a gym
Special delivery?
Spider's legs, e.g.
Strong team
Superstition that a rookie's second season will fail
Take the top off
Take ___ (suffer loss)
Tallinn's St. ___ Church, once said to be the tallest building in Europe
Took over
Turn over
Under the table
Universal Postal Union headquarters
Utah city
Went out for a while?
When some hands join
Winner of the first World Series (as the 'Americans')
Wonderland directive
An oenophile might detect a hint of this
'Swan Lake' princess
1982 Richard Pryor flick
Article of apparel akin to a tarboosh
Band featured on the reality show 'Rock Star'
Break or time follower
Breakfast order
Chinese leader?
Clinical trial phenomenon
Doesn't let differences cause conflict

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