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New York Times crossword of December 20th, 2009 other clues
Intense attraction, with 'the'
It has a large canopy
It's not gross
Item on a toothpick
Jai ___
Jersey call
Jessica of 'Fantastic Four'
Just out
Kitchen draw
La ___, Calif.
Lab inspector?
Lay to rest
Lead-in to phobia
Lib. references
Library section, for short
Like some starts
Like some transfers
Like some waves
Lock horns (with)
Low soccer score
Makeup boo-boo
Mastroianni's co-star in 'La Dolce Vita'
Meteor trailer?
Miles off
Money in Malmö
N, E, W and S
N.B.A. Hall-of-Famer Thomas
Nash and others
Not orig.
Obituary datum
Old Coney Island's ___ Park
Old French coronation city
'A woman's ___ often opens the door to love': Henry Ward Beecher
'Don't look at me!'
'Fa la la la la la la la la' and others
'Me too'
'Oh, you're back'
'Wheel of Fortune' request
'You bet'
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc., on a standard keyboard
1962 film set partly on Crab Key
20-ounce coffee size
Army of the Potomac commander during the Civil War
Attack, bear-style
Avenue ___ Champs-Élysées
Average Joes
Back in
Barely contain one's anger
Battery option
Big name in kitchen utensils
V.I.P. locale
Was sycophantic to
Where 7-Eleven is headquartered
Where to go for the big bucks?
Whitaker's Oscar-winning role
William ___, longtime editor of The New Yorker
Windows precursor
With 40-Across, some Election Day prizes
___ Vivien, British poet known as the Muse of the Violets
Boy's name that means 'the king'
British gun
Bruin great
Busboy's assignment
Charlotte of 'Diff'rent Strokes'
Che Guevara, e.g.
Christmas sounds
Communism, for one
Connected with
Counter view?
Country singer Travis
Crib cry
Director Vittorio De ___
Discover alternative
Dmitri's denial
Does Rudolph's job
Everett of 'Citizen Kane'
Expect, everything considered
Explores with a tank
French seaport
French term of address
Frequent Borat target
Fund-raising option
Geom. measure
Goes to hell
Good pal
Having I trouble?
Held (up)
Hoi polloi, with 'the'
Home of the mask of King Tutankhamen
Horace, e.g.
House speaker between Tom and Dennis
In a way
One who might be left holding the bag?
Page of music
Patient record
Pillow cover
Play to ___
Prefix with fauna
Prize for Paganini
Put away
Put in the ground, in a way
Rafael Nadal specialty
Reagan White House dog
Republicans in 2008
Request from
Rugby action
Run through
Scruggs's partner in bluegrass
See 104-Across
Sesame Street resident
Shop tools
Six-Day War hero
Some employment records: Abbr.
State, e.g.: Abbr.
Stop a trip?
Stuck, after 'in'
Takes to the hills?
Taoists' locale
Target of salicylic acid
Three-time U.S. Open champion
Title fellow in a 1922 Broadway hit
Title role for Arnold Schwarzenegger
Tolkien tree creatures
Trattoria offering
Two-time loser to D.D.E.
U.K. award

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