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Long-running TV show featuring the Hortons and the Bradys crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 23rd, 2012 other clues
'Fish Magic' painter
'I'm not doing so well'
'No ___' ('Don't ask me')
'Not doable'
'O Sole ___'
'Water Music' composer
'Watermark' vocalist
'___ / Had 'em' (classic two-line poem about fleas)
'___ ever!'
'___ time now'
1970 hit for Neil Diamond
1996 Olympian noted for performing on an injured ankle
ABC, for one
Allocated dollars for digs
Alternative to broadband
Anti-apartheid org
Attach a handle to
Beta carotene and others
Big guns
Boston player, for short
Breaks one's back
Bubbling up
Cap'n's mate
Capital north of Cyprus
Certain baby food
Covers up
De novo
Density symbol
Derby features
Do wrong
Drank quickly
Dregs of society
Earn hand over fist
English royal
F = ma formulator
Firenze friends
Fishing boats
Fixed rate
Flexible, electrically
Florida's Sanibel, e.g
Form letters?
Fr. title
From way back
Gets up
Give a rude awakening, say
Go out
Got ___ (did great)
Govt. money guarantor
Heat org
Hockey area in front of the crease
House of the speaker?
It's almost nothing
It's needed for self-checkout
It's part this, part that
Its capital is Sydney: Abbr
Just ___ ... or 'Just '___'
Kick back
Kind of street
Kind of well
Lamb specialty
Leonard Nimoy's '___ Not Spock'
Lies in the hot sun
Like some dough
Lost-parcel inquiries
Made de novo
Marine rescue grp
Mat material
Much merriment
Newspaper section
Not yet out of the closet?
One running
Open ___
Paisley refusals
People conquered by the Spanish
Piece for nine
Prefix with -metrics
Prefix with -porosis
Put up
Quibblers split them
Rapper who played Brother Sam on 'Dexter'
Really bugging
Really desire, with 'over'
Result of a bang-up job?
Revolutionary 1960s Chinese youth
Rocket center, once
Roman tragedy writer
Roseanne's husband on 'Roseanne'
Santa's bootblack?
Sci-fi or western
Seemingly forever
Sewer, at times
Sherpa's tool
Small boat made of wickerwork
Smoker's convenience
So-called 'Goddess of Pop'
South American zoo animal
Sports announcer's scream
Street opening
Text changes
The Sun Devils' sch
They're often behind glass
They're run up
Things may be written in it
Toiling away
Too-good-to-be-true offer, often
Took turns recklessly
Trick-winning attempt in bridge
Triple Crown winners must lead their league in these
Turn blue, say
TV announcer who broke the news of John Lennon's murder
Unhappy king of legend
Unwilling to budge
Vegas casino
Very wide shoe spec
Wall St. credential
Whom Shelley wept for
Wound protector
Zebra feature
___ admin
___ beer
___ it up (dress flamboyantly)

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