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New York Times crossword of December 31st, 2010 other clues
Homes within nations
Ice legend's family
It may stick to your ribs
It's often hung illegally
Language related to Finnish
Like M&M's
Lit
Luzón, e.g.
Many users follow its directions
Not dormant
Not going anywhere
One likely to die on the road?
Org. with towers
Over and over
Poster girl
Problem for one who's trapped
Procure
Really try
Red giants in the night sky
Relationship in the 2009 film 'I Love You, Man'
Response to great news
Rock's Brian
Sacrifice fly?
San Francisco's Museo ___ Americano
Self, in a Latin phrase
Serbian city where Constantine the Great was born
Some county fair contest entries
Some muscle cars
Sticks up for, maybe?
Switch sides?
The Allman Brothers Band, e.g.
Thingamajig
Uptown's dir. in N.Y.C.
Visit
What something may go down to
___ National Park
'Got it'
'Gentille' one of song
'The Humbugs of the World' author, 1865
'The Transcendence of the Ego' writer
1974 hit with Spanish lyrics
64-Across, to a cat
As
Bait
Battle joiner's choice
Be coerced
Be revolting
Beat badly
Big hit
Big tin exporter: Abbr.
Blimp navigator
Boxer who wrote 'Reach!'
Bucks, e.g.
Carrier of drum cases, maybe
Cartoonist, at times
Coll. peer leaders
Court proceedings
Creator of TV's 'Alias'
Cross character
Debugger?
Debunked?
Dummy on a greyhound track
Film in which Eddie Murphy voices the dragon Mushu
First in line, say
Folks getting into dirt
Foster girl
Freak
Freaks (out)
Head start?

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