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Goes on strike crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 9th, 2004 other clues
Alphabet trio
Big belt
Biting pests
Burkina ___, neighbor of Mali
Citrus coolers
City where El Greco died
Clark’s crush
Co. unit
Coffee maker’s accessory
Dance with bandoneón accompaniment
Defeater of Clay
Deli snacks
Digitally entered
Directly opposed
Donald Duck, to his nephews
Don’t do it: Var.
Doubles partner’s call
Elusive one of children’s books
Eschew home cooking
Feature of many a bird
First line of “Misty”
Game in which jacks are always highest trumps
Give ___ (care)
Goes south in a big way
Grp. paying for some election ads
Hitching place
Italian clothing label
James of Hollywood
Make content
Michael who wrote the 1975 best seller “Power!”
Modern jargon word for complete nonsense
Mrs. Chaplin
Needle, perhaps
Neighbor of Java
Nest eggs, for short
New Haven, City of ___
No longer bothered by
Prefix with graphic
Quick approval: Abbr.
Sat down, slangily
Score just before winning a game
See 18-Across
See 18-Across
See 18-Across
Shakespearean title character
Signed on
Soccer great
Subject of a pioneering 1965 MoMA show
Subject of this puzzle
Suffix with glycer-
Tack on
Tour de France stage
With 25-, 42- and 55-Across, a definition of 1-Across, according to Dennis Miller
Worker’s shout
Year in the reign of Edward the Elder
Yellow-throated birds
___ Island, N.Y.
___ Moro, former Italian P.M.
___ Stadium in Queens
“Are you ___ out?”
“See ya!”
“___ Ben Adhem”
“___ Coming” (1969 hit)
“___ say!”

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