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'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' setting crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 24th, 2010 other clues
Part of a snicker
Peruvian pronoun
Pique condition?
Polar opposites?
Princeton Review subj.
Rough it, say
Score keeper?
Scrooge player of film
Seamstress's aid
See 57-Across
Smart ___
Something to unscrew on an auto
Song of 1859 ... or what the five circled letters represent?
Start of something
The Iron Horse of baseball
Three-in-one M.D.
Time before the present day?
TV's Anderson
Uncommon, in ancient Rome
Van follower
With 67-Across, sacred symbol to Zeus
Word on a vin bottle
Ziering of '90210'
Be a certain way?
#10 on a table
'___ doing ...'
'___ don't know'
19-Down employee
Bird, e.g., once
Bit of candy
Bob Cratchit to Scrooge, e.g.: Abbr.
Brief subject
Burlesque bits
Car-racing org.
Carols, often
Chair: Abbr.
Chemical suffix
Class-conscious grp.?
Cold capital
Comment upon receiving a large bill
Employer of 10-Downs: Abbr.
Entered cautiously
Exclamation heard 12 times in Lady Gaga's 'Bad Romance'
Feu fighter
Flat sign
Fr. title
Game ___
Head of cattle?
Inverse trig function
It has 3,750 'steps of penitence'
It takes place on board a ship at sea in 'The Tempest'
It's taken to calm down
Its capital is Nouakchott
Lady whom Don Giovanni tries to seduce
Land of Papá Noel
Like many winter roads
Lily, in Lille
Misinform, maybe
Mr. Hilarious
Nonverbal congratulations
Not an ideal answer to 'Do these jeans make me look fat?'
Palindromic girl's name
Part of a boast

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