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New York Times crossword of December 17th, 2003 other clues
Rocker Nugent
See 59-Across
Series ender: Abbr.
Skin cosmetic
Small fasteners
Squeeze (out)
Stew veggies
Sushi option
Tee's predecessor
Thick-soled shoe
Thin porridges
Water carrier
Way out West?
With 41-Across, location of the first successful 25-Across
Year of the 21-Acrosses' first 25-Across
'Road' film destination
#2, famously
'G'day, ___!'
'Home ___'
'Oh my heavens!'
'___ Lisa'
'___ Maria'
African grazer
Assign, as responsibility
Bibliographic abbr.
Body layer
Bridge: Lat.
Checked, with 'in'
Children's writer ___ L. Smith
Christmas decoration site
Clock standard: Abbr.
Court site
Court site, with 'The'
Craft wood
Cuts down
Disney, for one
Early venture for the 21-Acrosses
Elevator alternative
Euripides play
Expert, maybe, on the I.R.S. code
Failing marks
Famous Dec. 17 venture for the 21-Acrosses
Fix just right
Flat hat
Fraternity letter
Historical divisions
Induction motor inventor
Joffrey of the Joffrey Ballet
Judges, e.g.
Key letter
King Bhumibol Adulyadej, e.g.
Late-afternoon traffic, e.g.
Length unit in Lyon
Like a saw's edge
Like some tree trunks
Lively, especially for one's age
Name associated with 25- and 59-Across
Not eager
Once in a blue moon
One with a ring: Abbr.
PC alternatives
Podiatry matters
Pure as the driven snow
Remove, to a typesetter
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