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Eagerly accept crossword clue


L E A P A T

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New York Times crossword of December 16th, 2008 other clues
'Bye Bye Bye' boy band
'Do ___ favor'
'Goodness gracious!'
'Oh, goody!'
'Peek-___!'
'What did I do to deserve this?'
'Without delay'
Actress Collette
Alder or elder
As a result
Big Board letters
Bouquet ___ (herb bundle)
Bunglers
Burn treatment
Charles Atlas, for one
Civil War nickname
Curved molding
Curved trajectories
Declares void
Didn't allow
Durable do
Enough, for some
Entrance to a botanical display
Fair ___ (copyright issue)
Firefighter's tool
Forget to include
Frau's partner
Gen. Bradley
Gift that almost killed Snow White
Hägar the Horrible's hound
Hindu title of respect
It's handed down from generation to generation
Kindergarten tune, with 'The'
Low grades
Lox holder
Military flotilla
Mimicry expert
Mixologist's workplace
Narc's org.
Neighbors of Croats
Numbers game
Oodles
Org. that once used the slogan 'In Service for the Girls of the World'
Ornamental jug
Petty dispute
Place to live
Plane's landing stat
Plumlike fruit
Procter & Gamble best seller
Rap sheet letters
Right-angle joints
Say no, with 'out'
Shoulder muscle, briefly
Sign of healing
Simple shirt
Soda shop freebie
Some E.R. cases
Some lounge combos
Some motel prohibitions
Something a cat doesn't like
Somewhat
Sporty Chevy, for short
Standby passenger's salvation
Stop for a motor coach
Super-duper
Tease
Teri of 'Tootsie'
Think the world of
Time worth remembering
U.S. 1 and others: Abbr.
Unruly crowds
Unwanted publicity
W.W. II arena
What the ends of 17-, 27- and 48-Across each represent
When Hamlet dies
Words from sponsors
Workplace stds. enforcer

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