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New York Times crossword of December 21st, 2002 other clues
'Aunt' with a 'Cope Book'
'Absolutely not,' e.g.
'Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening' rhyme scheme
'The pressure ___'
About
Affects adversely, as by a sudden change
Apparently amazed
Be for a time
Beget
Car bars
Comics collection
Daughter of Hyperion
Decision-making place
Declares off-limits
'A Little Bitty Tear' hit maker, 1962
Powerful auto engine
Prepare to cook
Question from behind a counter
Revelation response
Roller in a pit
Shout to an impatient crowd
Smallville surname
Sonata sections
Spinoff of TV's 'Hercules'
Storms
Support system
Teatimes: Abbr.
They're not good to be behind
Tizzy
Unlike Ike: Abbr.
Very slim margin
Very slim margin
Warning before a bite, perhaps
What some birds do
When restrictions are lifted
Works in la galería
Yangtze feeder
Dilly
Dived
Don't be cruel
Enclosed in a shell
Examination location: Abbr.
Extinct relatives of ostriches
Feasted
Generous gifts
Gin
Grayish-green palette pigment
Hanger-on at the polls?
Hues
Inconstant people
Irked reaction
Island divided almost in half by the Equator
It's fit to be tied
It's taken before firing
Joint Chiefs member: Abbr.
Kind of bun
Latin possessive
Legal analyst Van Susteren
Legendary Giant's family
Longer
Major attar source
Mysterious swimmer
Nautical adverb
Novel need
One may be disagreeable
One often ending sentences with 'man'
One who knows what's up?
Originate
Place for an ace?

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