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Pause in verse crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 31st, 2006 other clues
'___ needle pulling thread' ('The Sound of Music' lyric)
'___ new?'
'___ Said' (Neil Diamond hit)
1545 council site
1932 romance with Maurice Chevalier
1954 film set in 16th-century Japan
1970 Jack Nicholson picture
1981 Alan Alda comedy, with 'The'
1982 Dudley Moore tearjerker
1983 Charles Bronson thriller
1987 Peter Falk crime caper
1988 baseball flick
1990 sequel to 'Chinatown,' with 'The'
1995 Hugh Grant farce
1999 film set in the Persian Gulf
Actor with a mohawk
Actress Daly
Arm parts
Avian meat
Bad beginning?
Bank offering
Barely beat
Baseball's Martinez
Be a make-up artist?
Begins courting
Blood line
Bring in
British gun
Browns slowly
Bygone despot
Cable staple since 1979
Candy holder
Cape ___, Mass.
Goldman ___
Golf's Michelle
Gridiron figs.
Half of a 1955 merger: Abbr.
Heraldic silver
Horse handler
Huge financial loss
In a sardonic way
In an odd way
Instruction to a chauffeur
Instruments with keys
It may go for a couple of bucks
It'll give you a lift
It's surrounded by white
January 1 events
Jewish orgs.
Joint proprietors
Junk bond rating
Kind of harp
Kind of test
Knock out, say
Last month
Laugh sound
Like a Cyclops
Low digits
Madrid Mrs.
Magazine success
Many garden plantings
Metric wts.
More manly-chested
Most broad?
Most loathsome
No more than
Not liquidy
Subscription card option
Suffix with glass
Summer clock setting: Abbr.
Tail end
The Caribbean's ___ Islands
They may get into a jam
Thing in court
Towel embroidery
Turkish V.I.P.'s
Twisty curve
Underground network
War stat
Wide shoe spec
With 81-Down, tradition suggested by this puzzle's theme
Wordsworth works
Worker with a chair
___ choy
___ lark
Child's activity?
Choosing-up word
Christopher who wrote 'Still Me'
Co. shares
Cold-blooded pets
Colorado Indian
Concert gear
Dashboard feature
Diplomat Silas
Director Welles
Dover delicacy
Elite groups
Emeritus: Abbr.
Fed. medical research group
Feminine suffix
Feuding (with)
Fey of '30 Rock'
Flamenco cheer
Flamingo, e.g.
Flip (out)
Gagarin in space
Gas station adjunct, often
German link
'All the Things You Are' composer
'... ___ quit!'
'Do ___ to eat a peach?': Eliot
'I see!'
'Love Story' author Segal
'Quantum Healing' author
'Yeah, that'll happen!'
'___ me?'
Not play it straight
Old cable inits.
Old IBM PC's
Org. for women drivers
Organic compound
Original title of Beethoven's 'Fidelio'
Overthrowing, e.g.
Parisian way
Part of E.S.L.: Abbr.
Popular smokes
Pre-Q queue
Price reader
Prof.'s helpers
QB Favre
Rafter's wood
Red fluorescent dye: Var.
Represent, as in legal matters
Rob Roy's refusal
Rock stats
Roman man
See 13-Down
Sharp competitor
Some accents
Some cricketers
Some linemen: Abbr.
Speedway letters
Springy dance
Start of a spell
Stockholm flier

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