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New York Times crossword of December 28th, 2010 other clues
Sussex suffix
Stir up
Take to the sky
Tool with a bubble
U-turn from WNW
Utmost in degree
Valuable truck?
Verbal assault
Visits a diner
Webmaster's creation
Where the Styx flows
Witnessed in the area of
Works of Pepys and others
Yale students
Young Skywalker's nickname
Zeus' wife
Disappear à la Frosty
Dish's runaway partner, in rhyme
Distance runner's skirt?
Drill instructor's rank, often: Abbr.
Dry runs
Emitted a contented sigh
Fateful day for Caesar
Fight card venue
Four-lap runners, often
Gardner of 'Mogambo'
Genesis brother
Graduation attire
Have payables
Huggies wearer
Hurler's asset
India's longest-serving P.M.
Jughead's buddy
Juno or NetZero, for short
Leading the pack
Mentalist Geller
Military sandwich?
Most robust
Neighbor of Nor.
Netflix rental
Not risky
Outstanding crowd scene actor?
Partner of anon
Plaything with a fulcrum
Poet who created the Ushers
Pro-___ (some tourneys)
Render pancake-shaped
Sch. in Troy, N.Y.
Season after printemps
Serving a purpose
Slings mud at
Abound (with)
'Candid Camera' request
'Curse you, ___ Baron!'
'Havana' actress Olin
1140, in old Rome
Abba of Israel
Animal trap
Antler sporters
Applied 3-in-One to
Batting positions
Battle of Normandy city
Beats it
Believer's suffix
Bit of parsley
Bookcase unit
Boot camp reply
Bottom-of-letter abbr.
Catches some rays
Clear wrap
Cocktail hour nibble
Color variations
Comment to the audience
Company behind the game Battlezone
Defense in a snow fight

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