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New York Times crossword of December 7th, 2003 other clues
Steak tartare ingredient, maybe
Tennis's Mandlikova
The gardener in 'The Marriage of Figaro'
Ticket info
Tokyo before 1868
Tom Clancy hero
Tough row to hoe
Unseen area of the moon
Venetian bigwig
View from Fontanarossa Intl. Airport
Webster's entries: Abbr.
What's expected
What's left in France
Wife of Esau
With 102-Across, a candy counter item since 1962
Word from a coxswain
Word on the wall, in Daniel
Work without ___ (be daring)
Workers with lines
___ citato (footnote phrase)
___ Wilson of 'The Royal Tenenbaums'
'Working Girl' girl
'Dear' ones
'I have ___ good authority'
'Mockingbird' singer Foxx, 1963
'Two Years Before the Mast' author
'Wait ___!'
Actress Bening
Affect emotionally
Anna Karenina's husband
Article at the Louvre
Bare one's soul
Beach eroder
Biblical peak
Bill: Abbr.
Blow away
Book closing
Burning the midnight oil
Business necessity?
Cartoonist Tex and others
Cerise or magenta, e.g.
Certain addenda: Abbr.
Chrysler Building feature
Co-star of TV's 'Dharma & Greg'
Corporate woe
Court defense
CPR specialist
Currency exchange board abbr.
Dentist's order
Do, for example
Donegal's home
E. Lansing school
Equine star
Essayist's alias
Exhibitionist, informally
Fall locale
Feminine suffix
Fluff pieces
Four quarters
Mont Blanc, e.g., locally
Morales of 'N.Y.P.D. Blue'
More compact
N.F.L. stat: Abbr.
National Gallery architect
Neither masc. nor fem.
New Look designer
Not 'neath
One of the smart set
One way to stop
One who is 'just looking'
Orinoco flow
Oscar-winning role for Julia
Part of a 1960's invasion
Passbook amts.
Peace Nobelist Sakharov
Pieces of one's mind?: Abbr.
Preceder of an un-altared name?
Prince, e.g.
Pro or con
Prof. 'iggins
Promised land
Relatives of 'Gee whiz' and 'Shucks!'
Saltpeter, to a Brit
See 108-Across
She, to Sophia
Simpatico response
Smits of the N.B.A.
Some sorority women
Some time
Sound units
Spanish articles
Spot of bubbly?
Four-time Indy 500 winner
Game of chance
Good guy
Granular snow atop a glacier
Hammerin' Hank
Hardly fresh
Head start
Home of Iolani Palace
Hooligan, maybe
Hudson Bay prov.
Hula hoop?
In other words, it comes in 100 tiny pieces
In other words, it'll break in 24 hours
In other words, mom or dad will be out at midnight searching for an open store
In other words, mom or dad will have to operate it
In other words, no way it'll perform as advertised
In other words, you must spend $500 more to please your child
In that case
It may be coiled, but it never strikes
Kind of spirit
Like one who fans
Like starers
Make legally effective
Martinique, par exemple
Marvel Comics heroes
Math calculations
Message on a candy heart
Mid 6th-century year

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