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New York Times crossword of December 24th, 2006 other clues
Star wearer: Abbr.
Stephen Hawking's alma mater
Stephen of 'V for Vendetta'
Stern parent's reply
Stretch (out)
Suffix with form
Sunburnt Santa?
Texas city
Three in one
Thrice, in Rx's
Throws a Christmas tree?
Tokyo-based carrier
Tremor
Two qtrs.
U.S.N. officer
Variety
Venusians, e.g.
Whitish
Woman in Sartre's 'No Exit'
___ speak
___-Caps
'Don't get any ___'
'Encore!'
'Mazel ___!'
'Law & Order' figs.
'Get ___ get out'
'March of the Penguins' director ___ Jacquet
'Peter Pan' writer
'___ Rollo' (popular Mexican variety show)
'___ the season to be jolly'
1957 hit for the Bobbettes
1962 Paul Anka hit
1994 sci-fi writer's memoir
8-Down, with 'the'
A long, long time
Adjusts, as laces
Amazon's home
Attest
Away's partner
Baseball's Moises
Big test
Big top?
Bog down
Brooks Robinson, e.g.
Call at sea
Cancels
Celebrates
Chemical ending
Chinese symbols on Santa's vehicle?
Christmas gift easily identifiable by shaking?
Christmas laughs
Christmas quaffs set atop a board?
Co. that makes Band-Aids
Comedian ___ Mac
Common green house gift
Corner piece
Court minutes
Cross-out
Dandy
Delay
Dish ladled out hot or cold
Dispatch boats
Do some tailoring
Dominant dogs
Dorm overseers, for short
Dot follower
Draw out
Early seventh-century year
Everything, on the Ems
Expired
Father Time prop
Fetch
Film buff's cable channel
Paleontological wonder at a natural history museum
Part of old French Indochina
Per se
Pivots
Place to get a reaction in school?
Played some songs, say
Pogo, e.g.
Popular record label
Precede
Punching devices
QB Hasselbeck
Refuges
Relaxed
Relief provider
Rescues
River of Devon
Rolling rock
Samuel's teacher, in the Bible
Santa reindeer-turned-zombie?
Sauntered
Scratch
Second string
Sell to a new audience, say
Serengeti grazer
Sight from Messina
Snooker need
Sold out, in a way
Some 1960's coupes
Spigot site
Spiny cactus
Spoke at great length
Squinted (at)
Fleur-de-___
Fortuneteller's opening
G8 member
Genesis man
Gifts you only think about giving?
Goodwill
Greek height
Grp. with the 1977 hit 'Do Ya'
Handler of gifts for the kids on the 'naughty' list?
Hearst's San ___ castle
Hedingham Castle locale
Hgts.
Home's counterpart
Hot dog
Hunter's meat
In myth, killer of his own mother, Clytemnestra
In use
It might leave tracks
Italian tragic poet Vittorio
Itsy-bitsy door decoration?
Kansas City suburb
Kind of terrier
Like dishwater
Like some chiefs
Makings of a coup
Manger figure
Melodic pieces
Military trial, briefly
Mincemeat ___
N.J. summer setting
Never, in Nürnberg
Obligation
One who might grab the bull by the horns
Opposite of should

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