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New York Times crossword of December 4th, 2004 other clues
'And another said, Is ___?': Mark 14:19
'China Beach' setting
'Ixnay'
'Teach not thy lip such ___': 'Richard III'
'The Human Condition' author Arendt
2004 N.B.A. Rookie of the Year
Ancient gathering place
Ave Maria phrase
Besides
Binding
Brand in the shaving aisle
Buoys
Burden
Carrier to Schiphol airport
Chant
Cherry, e.g.
Cologne cooler
Conciliatory
Corral
Day between venerdi and domenica
Dogs have prominent ones
Eats up
F.I.C.A. funds it
Feminist Eleanor
Floppy top
From part of the military: Abbr.
Gentle slope
GlaxoSmithKline brand
Hard to get
Hiding place
Hundred, in Juárez
In ranks
Incense
Issy infinitive
It's lighter than air
Japanese airline
Marshal
Martinique, e.g.
Midwest setting: Abbr.
Much may follow it
Neat end?
Not just your average Joe
Notebook maker
Object of Vronsky's love, in literature
One may show you the exit
Ones stuck in the snow
Parisian pronoun
Part of some resort names: Abbr.
Railroad hub on the Mississippi
Response to sarcasm
Right call
Romance novelist's award
Sailing center?
Sets (on)
Singer with the 2004 album 'Encore'
Snapple alternative
Some nobility
Some old recordings
Some socials
Something to shoot
Star followers
Sylvia ___, whom Sinatra once called the 'world's greatest saloon singer'
Tardy attendee's request
They have more than one root
Tiara wearer
Total
Totally unhelpful answer
Whiz-bang
Withdraw
___ Friday's
___ living

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