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New York Times crossword of December 18th, 2010 other clues
Football Hall-of-Famer Huff
French frost
Good way to arrive
Heroine of Inge's 'Picnic'
Hog's desire
Home to Mohammed V University
Intergenerational MTV reality show
Israel Philharmonic maestro
It displays an array of spikes: Abbr.
Like some platforms
Marine muncher on mangrove leaves
Not just dangerous
Old Rory Calhoun TV western
One may be Protestant
One might use Peter Pan, in brief
Opposite of frumpish
Pays dearly for one's crimes
Period about a decade before the 34-Down
Person in a pool
Places to display cuts
Plus or minus, say
Poule's counterpart
Proverbially newsworthy item
R&B's ___ Khan
Rival of Yastrzemski for 1960s A.L. batting titles
Sch. with a 60-foot 'Praying Hands' sculpture
Shalom Meir Tower locale
Ship with devastating cargo
Entered rehab, e.g.
Engagement party?
Explosion producer
Father's alma mater: Abbr.
Filled anew, as a flat
Financial option upon leaving a job
First mate?
Spider, Snoopy or Intrepid: Abbr.
Tag with a message, often
Take on
Three-day holiday
Trunk attachment
U.S.N. and U.S.A.F. div.
When William Safire worked at the White House
Woman in all four 'Twilight' novels
Wreck checker: Abbr.
'Last Train to London' grp.
'Casino' Golden Globe winner
'Saving Fish From Drowning' novelist
1972 Bill Withers hit
1986 Indy 500 winner
Actor awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross in W.W. II
Aid in deep diving
Après-midi follows it
Artwork depicted in Dalí's 'The Hallucinogenic Toreador'
Astronomical discovery
Basic drive
Book editor Talese
Chess master Averbakh
CO, e.g.: Abbr.
Deltoid ligament attachment point
Designer of Alabama's Civil Rights Memorial
Disney character prone to spoonerisms

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