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New York Times crossword of December 22nd, 1997 other clues
Part of a rose
Prefix with bucks or phone
Preppy's fabric
Put ___ to (end)
River at Ghent
Root in Hawaiian cookery
Scarlett's home
See 20-Across
See 20-Across
See 20-Across
Ship's front
Significantly underweight
Strike caller
Surrealist Salvador
Tennis champ Monica
Toledo's home
Trip to the airport, say
Truck track
What's holding things up
With 34-, 43- and 58-Across, message on a tourist's postcard
X ___ xylophone
___ Kett of early comics
___ St. Vincent Millay
A.P. rival
'Don't move!'
'Don't open ___ Christmas!'
'Holy moly!'
'What ___ can I say?'
'___ World Turns'
Actress Carrie
Actress Russo
Airline with the old slogan 'Up, up and away'
At liberty
Baby branch
Back of the neck
Basic Halloween costume
Born: Fr.
Bout outcome, briefly
Broad necktie
Capital of Azerbaijan
Card game start
Carry on
Chicken ___ (deep-fried dish)
Chou En-___
Composer Stravinsky
Explorer called 'the Red'
Gym socks may have one
Hostile force
India's first P.M.
Jewish wedding dance
Kind of orange
Leave in, editorially
Lendl of tennis
Less polite
Lightly cooked
Like Gatsby
Med. course
Moray, e.g.
More prudent
Nasal tone
Nick and Nora's dog
Nobelist Wiesel
Ordinal suffix

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