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New York Times crossword of December 15th, 2006 other clues
Stalled
Supplies
Tapping target
Tar, e.g.
They may take a toll
Threatening to sue, maybe
TV host with three Emmys
Under the table
Versatile modern device
Words before may or might, in verse
Yet
Add-on
'Beyond the Horizon' writer
'Je vous en ___' ('You're welcome': Fr.)
'No Escape' star, 1994
'Take ___,' 1985 #1 hit
'Where ___ was thickest fight': Milton
Adder's-tongue or Venus's-hair
Air Tahiti ___ (carrier to Papeete)
Allen and Rossi
Ally's roommate on 'Ally McBeal'
Bavarian keepsake
Blow up
Budget figure
Charged
Charlotte ___
City on Presque Isle Bay
Classic PC's
Coast Guard figure: Abbr.
Comment after bombing
Convention roll call
Dweller on the Yodo River
Fearmonger
Final finisher, in Falmouth
Go downhill
Gonitis target
It turns out looies: Abbr.
It'll easily pass you
Junks
Kind of score, for one doing postgrad studies
Knock-down-drag-out
Like many aprons
Like some resorts
Line on an application
Mayor who co-wrote 'Murder at City Hall'
Multiplication table, e.g.
Mysterious swimmers
Not buying it
Not have to check bags, say
One may be technical: Abbr.
One target of Rachel Carson's 'Silent Spring'
Part of a board: Abbr.
Pink-pulped produce
Piper topper
Pocket holders
Portrayer of Clouseau's superior, in film
Procter & Gamble brand
Profit
Prominent Quebec City daily, with 'Le'
Ran
Recipe amounts
Seafood entree
Seafood entrees
She played Eloise in 'Mogambo'
Some E.R. cases
Soon to be heard
Stagnant

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