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New York Times crossword of December 7th, 2016 other clues
'Frankenstein' author
'I don't give a ___'
'I pity the fool' speaker
'Sure do'
'___ momento'
*Decathlon event
*Expense independent of production
*How Clayton Kershaw pitches
*One of a dozen for a sweetheart
*Something to make up
A.P. Latin reading
Actor Penn of 'Milk'
Adirondack chair part
Back end of a horse
Besides others: Abbr
Bird on Canada's $1 coin
Blows the whistle
Bluff-busting words
Border with many posts
Bug that thrives in the winter
Certain female soldier
Dermatologist's concern
Designated dwarf planet since 2006
Diminutive, fashionwise
Disjointed
Disposed (to)
Does something naughty
Eponymous Belgian tourist locale
Essayist's starting point
Final authority
Florida senator Marco
Form an impression of
Fried ___ (Southern dish)
Girl in the fam
High-end British sports car
Hoops
Hosts
I.S.P. whose logo contains a period
Impulsive
Jaded feeling
Like an epic fail
Like either word in the answers to the five starred clues
Many, many years
Mexican tourist city known for its silver
Mombasa is its second-largest city
Munch Museum's city
Obese 'Star Wars' character
One of two in 'Hamilton'
Only four-term prez
Org. that investigated Al Capone
Phobia
Pop open, as a bottle
Question asked with an open mouth
Sam Adams Rebel ___
Skilled
Slacks material
Some are restricted
Some street scenes
Specifics, slangily
Spy communication spots
Square dance party?
Subj. for many green card seekers
Surrounding
Takes over
Things that may be locked or sealed
Trickery
Unlikely to ask someone out
Up
Used to be
Vogue competitor
Working diligently
Zip
Zip
___ Duncan, Obama education secretary
___ Rida ('My House' rapper)

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