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New York Times crossword of December 13th, 2001 other clues
Friendliness
Go fish
Hair piece
Handout
Hems but doesn't haw
How anchovies are packed
It may be in the bag
Job equality bureau: Abbr.
Just watch TV
Keys
Member of Alice's tea party
Milit. leader
Milk: Prefix
Modern sci. course
Mrs. William McKinley
One one's toes
Part of a score, maybe
Part of T.A.E.
Patron saint of metalworkers
Peace and quiet
Phrase in a come-on ad
Pick
Popular computer game
Quarter millennium
Raccoon River locale
Reproached, uncommonly
Rustling
Samuel Gompers group, in brief
Santa in California
Set of principles
Show place
Stat start
Susan Lucci's 1999 award
T.C.U. rival
Tiny amount
Tootsy-wootsy
Turn blue?
Unnerving, perhaps
Usual situations
Weight
Western athletes, on the sports page
What a keeper may keep
Wine: Prefix
Word that can follow the start of 15-, 18-, 34-, 48- or 55-Across
Words before 'Tonight' in a 1954 song title
Words on a Wonderland cake
1995 John Schlesinger film
'Hey, there!'
'No way that's true!'
'The Last Supper' locale
'Waiting for the Robert ___'
1974 sitcom spinoff
Ancient temple attachment
Architect Saarinen
Aunt with a 'Cope Book'
Big club?
Bounty hunter's attraction
Bryant poem '___ Waterfall'
Bury
Cancel
Carnival attraction
Class of '77 member, now
Computer scientist Turing
Dishes often containing cheese
Everyday
Expression of unity
Eyeball
Fell quickly, with 'down'
Franconia and Bavaria were once part of it

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