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Dentists' focus crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 26th, 2005 other clues
'A guy walks into a ___ …'
'How come?'
'Little' car in a 1964 top 10 hit
'Queen of Hearts' vocalist, 1981
'We Know Drama' cable channel
'___ kingdom come …'
1960's-80's rock group Jethro ___
1994 John Travolta film
Actress Ward
Bee injury
Boob tube, in Britain
Bridge guru Sharif
Bridle straps
British guns
British leader from whom the 'bobbies' got their name
City neighboring Newark, N.J.
Coast Guard rank
Commercial prefix with bank
Competitive, as a personality
Damon of 'Good Will Hunting'
Defense grp., 1954-77
Doing nothing
Fed. law enforcement org.
Former defense secretary Les
French artist Edgar
Friend of Betty and Veronica, in the comics
From ___ Z
Goes bad
Guinness Book suffix
Heavy hydrogen, e.g.
High-I.Q. set
Hourglass fill
Kemo Sabe's sidekick
Last word from a director
Line that extends for 24,902 miles
Litter's littlest
Low voice
McDonald's arches, e.g.
Mended, as socks
Mexican revolutionary Emiliano
Mind-reading ability, for short
Mouse catchers
Neither's partner
Open slightly
Perry Mason's profession
Place to exchange rings
Price to participate
Pub buddies
Refuse holder
Short snooze
Sitting on
Skin cream additive
Some S.A.T. takers
Stadium levels
Start of a weightlifting maneuver
State Farm competitor
Suffix with Oktober
Swiss peak
The 'E' of EGBDF
Tire pressure measure: Abbr.
Tournament favorite
Toy race car adornment
Tylenol rival
Varnish ingredient
Wine server
___ Gay (W.W. II plane)

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