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New York Times crossword of December 15th, 2016 other clues
'For shame!'
'I will speak daggers to her, but ___ none': Hamlet
'So what?'
'That hurts!'
'You said it!'
1969 film whose working title was 'The Loners'
1990s sitcom about a bookstore owner
Actor Epps
Be successful
Biblical beast
Bob who directed the 1966 musical 'Sweet Charity'
Bombing, as a joke
British protectorate until 1957
British ___
Bygone record label
Came together
Chippendales dancers have nice ones
Christmastime refrain
Discriminatory part of post-Reconstruction legislation
Dish in a tortilla
Doc's image, e.g.?
Factor in a wine rating
Fragrant Italian brandy
Green sides
Had something
Home to the Sami people
Ill. neighbor
Is worth doing
It's not allowed in many classrooms
Joe Six-Pack
Juicy front-page story
Kid's father
Larsson who wrote 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo'
Like bon mots
Lines on some maps: Abbr
Lines on some maps: Abbr
Mideastern heat?
Mrs. Alexander Hamilton
Only tennis player to have won each Grand Slam event at least four times
Part of a truck
Parties hard, in modern lingo
Plot feature of Shakespeare's 'Troilus and Cressida'
Reuters competitor
Safe spaces
Say with a raised hand
School whose mascot is Jumbo the elephant
Short-stemmed vessel
Singer with the 2008 album 'And Winter Came ...'
Slim ___ (snack sticks)
Slipper part
Sports org. with pitching
Tidy oneself
Title character who never appears
To date
To some degree
Trendy type
Volt per ampere
Window coverings
Windows that are usually closed
Word with trip or strip
Words to live by
___ bag
___ paper (abrasive)

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