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Premier Sunday crossword of December 29th, 2013 other clues
To's counterpart
Nukes and the like
Ball club's leading hitter
Actress Thompson
Writer — Lee Masters
Taste tests
Cariou of "Sweeney Todd"
Prefix with sol or space
From scratch
Society peon
Leaves stranded
OR hookups
Backwoods "uh-uh"
Start of a riddle
End of the riddle
Riddle, part 2
Punk/folk singer DiFranco
Model Campbell
Org. with bag inspectors
Caesar's "I came"
Architect's drawing
To the extent that
President Garfield's middle name
In chains
Architecture, painting, etc.
Reddish-orange dye
Coffee shop worker
Gilbert and Sullivan's "When I Was —"
Hugging pair
LI times two
— about (close to)
Like 1, 3 or 5
Rub down
Riddle, part 3
Start of the riddle's answer
Ballpoint tip
End of the riddle's answer
Pants length measures
Pacific tuna
1040EZ pro
Part of TWA
— Martin (car make)
Gas in crude petroleum
"Exile" New Age singer
Lyricist Ebb
State, in Nice
It spins to let people in
Troop's drill leader
Geller of mentalism
Passes out
Pas' counterparts
Banks on many covers
Slippery like a fish
Holy ones: Abbr.
Toyed (with)
Motorola Razr, e.g.
Riddle, part 4
"Diff'rent Strokes" family name
Waiting in the wings
Plow pullers
Baba — (Radner role)
Conductor Zubin
Long groove
Barrel scrapings
Model Cheryl
"— Flubber" (film sequel)
'40s computer
"— Billy Joe"
Slow to react
Three, in Berlin
Ladder piece
British fellow
Do the lawn
Me, in Paree
Behind on payments
Jipijapa-leaf headwear
Bikinis, e.g.
Tuscan city
"Every — king"
PC brand
"— Na Na"
Bust officers
Bundt cake vessel
Beer offerer
Pays, as the bill
Start for red or structure
Six-time All-Star Garciaparra
Annual toy toter
"Every dog has — day"
Al Capp's "Li'l" guy
J preceders
Abbr. on a meat stamp
Seattle-to-L.A. dir.
Suffix with exist or insist
Scale steps
Wolf's howl
Shows a smile to
Dracula player Lugosi
Request from
Herb of the mint family
DDT-banning gp.
Movie house alternatives
One impaling
Coeur d'—, Idaho
Overhauled completely
NYC bus org.
"Anderson Cooper 360°" airer
Chicago mayor — Emanuel
"Oh, woe!"
— knot (finish lacing up)
He fought Foreman
Webster's, e.g.: Abbr.
Not recurring
Fast jet retired in '03
No-calorie drink
No-calorie drink
Pointy-eared, stocky dog
Actress Shire
Take — for the better
Oklahoma city
Like most car radios
New Year's song word
Race hopeful
Bread-filled dispenser
Braggarts' problems
Not careful
Rondo or Rio

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