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New York Times crossword of December 6th, 2007 other clues
'I Still See ___' ('Paint Your Wagon' song)
'Is that ___?'
'What Is to Be Done?' pamphleteer, 1901
'What's the ___?'
A.A.A. part: Abbr.
All-___ (G-rated)
Anti-rash agent
Austrian painter Schiele
Ballpark figures
Bordeaux variety
Center of power
Certain aerophone
Chevy offering
Classic Chevy offering
Come ___ (proposition)
Company leaders: Abbr.
Cry from Santa
Debate side
Disco-era suffix
Duel measures
Ecclesiastical council
Exorcism, e.g.
Genetic strands
Govt. org. with a flower in its logo
Greek peak
Grow impatient with
Hauls in
How experts work
Insurance seeker, frequently
It's about 200 miles south of Georgia
Like some histories
Literary monogram
Locked up
Longtime Mideast leader
MCI and others
Modern writing
Nevada city
Not allowing for compromise
Not long or short: Abbr.
Old newspaper section
One of 57-Down, in English
Paris's Palais ___ Congrès
Pipe tobacco has it
Place to start a test-drive
Product with earbuds
Quite a bit
Renounce allegiance
Scala of 'The Guns of Navarone'
Shot, informally
Some theater
Title poet in a 1957 biopic
University of Arkansas team, informally
Verb in a question from Juliet
War locale, broadly
Wine order
Wire measures
You can hear it coming and going
___ Wintour, real-life editor on whom 'The Devil Wears Prada' is based

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