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New York Times crossword of December 3rd, 2007 other clues
'Bonanza' star Greene
'Not guilty,' for one
1995 Woody Allen comedy
2007 film '___ and the Real Girl'
Alda of 'What Women Want'
Arctic floater
Away from the wind
Bank robber's job
Be certain about
Becomes frayed
Beethoven specialty
Bring up, as children
Brit's service discharge
Church hymn accompaniers
Classic 'Jeopardy!' category
Cloudburst
College in New Rochelle, N.Y.
Companionless
Cowboy boot attachment
Dead duck
Dressed to the ___
Earthenware jar
Easily read type
Extremity of the earth
Face-to-face exams
Flies off the handle
Football's Broadway Joe
From days of yore
Furry tunneler
Gird oneself
Golfer named A.P. Male Athlete of the Year four times
Grinding tooth
Hand protector
Have a hankering
Henhouse perch
Home of the invaders in Wells's 'The War of the Worlds'
Hydroxyl-carbon compound
Indian instruments
Lander at J.F.K., once
Madonna title role
Mail carrier's beat: Abbr.
Memorial designer Maya ___
Monument carved from a single stone
Nighttime advertising sign, maybe
Number before 'ignition ... liftoff!'
Off-road two-wheeler
Olympic gymnast Korbut
Othello's false friend
Part of a molecule
Pepsi and RC
Peri Gilpin's 'Frasier' role
Pinball foul
Profanity, e.g.
Prom night transportation
Prudential rival
Pure-and-simple
Saltine brand
Self-pitying cry
Senior moment, e.g.
Settler from a foreign land
Sharif of 'Doctor Zhivago'
Sheeplike
Sit behind bars
Snaky swimmers
Snowman's eyes
Suffix with meth-
Supply-and-demand subj.
Toothed tools
White-plumed wader
Witherspoon of 'Walk the Line'
___ de Lion, epithet for Richard I

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