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New York Times crossword of December 30th, 2001 other clues
The industrialized nations
Thesaurus wds.
They can make waves
They're not on the guest list
Time to celebrate
Urban dwellings
What a celebrant may do at 16-Down
When stratocumulus clouds are most common
Where the Ishmaelites dwelled
With 61-Down, start of a 1956 song title
___ Frei, Chilean leader succeeded by Allende
___ Park
___-80 (classic computer)
'Everything's going to be OK!'
'Life ___ a dream'
___-taggle (motley)
'Luck of the Draw' singer
'No more!'
'Star Trek: The Next Generation' crew member
'That's enough, I guess ...'
'They'll never suspect me!'
Andropov and Gagarin
Audiophiles' purchases
B. & O. stop: Abbr.
Back bones
Battery part
Before adjustments, as in statistics
Bio stat
Blown away
Born, on the society page
Buds may be produced in them
Bull markets
Celebration accessory
Celebratory air
Certain drink orders
Child with responsibilities, traditionally
Colorado native
Corn serving
Cry heard shortly before 16-Down
Danny who sang 'Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues'
Debussy's 'Clair de ___'
Declaration that leaves one in a bind?
Degrees for attys.
Delivery notice?
Devil dog
Domineered, with 'it'
Eleanor in a Beatles hit
Emulate Rembrandt
Exam for a doc-to-be
Filling pro, for short
Fluffy scarf
Food science
Fruity drink
Fulcrum locales
General assembly?
George W., to George
Georgia et al., once: Abbr.
Noted boxing family
Numbers games
On the ball
On the beach
One leaving space
Organ knob
Oscar winner Jackson
Pays back
Philly team
Poetic dusk
Postpaid enc.
Puente and Jackson
Quantity of data
School of Buddhism
See 10-Across
Sellout sign
Ships' quarters
Shoot one under
Silly Putty container
Small types
Some are famous
Some draft picks
Son of Odin
Son of ___
Stock exchange buy
Subdivision of a legion, in ancient Rome
Super dupers?
Super power?
German cathedral city
Global commerce org.
Gomer's TV ladyfriend
Good buddy
Gossip fodder
Green lights
Guy with a cool job?
Gymnastics legend
Half of a 1955 merger: Abbr.
House of prayer
How some parents count as a warning
In-flight info, for short
Inhaler user
It may come with a key
It's a piece of cake
Jazz singer James
Kind of cannonball
Kind of rehearsal
Landlocked land
Letter opener
Letters at Buckingham Palace
Like some new lawns
London resident
Market close
Marshy area
Math abbr.
Means ___ end
Mixing site
Mythical monster
New pedometer reading

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