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New York Times crossword of December 25th, 2008 other clues
'No ___' ('Beats me')
'Rule, Britannia' composer Thomas
'Talk to ___,' Pedro Almodóvar film
A.A.A. jobs
Art ___
Asia's ___ Sea
Big do
Brick maker
Brick placer
Bust holder
Bygone Olds
Chestnut-colored mustang offspring?
Choker component
College in New Rochelle, N.Y.
Con
Cousin of a treecreeper
Dashboard item
David ___, founder of the Libertarian Party
Dishwasherful
Doles (out)
Dot
Dublin-born film star Milo
Emasculate
Embarrassed, perhaps
Epithet that's an anagram of 60-Down
Family name suffix in taxonomy
Famously fast route
Food processor setting
Fresh
Garb for Robin Hood and his band
Grouch
Hefty invoice for boots and spurs?
Home of Fort Scott National Historic Site
Its coat of arms includes a vicuña
Last name of Kipling's Kim
Light ratio in astronomy
Like some silences
Like the space around a first-class seat, say
Main dedicatee of an Austin cathedral?
Mall conveniences
Masters champ of 1949, 1952 and 1954
Money that's an anagram of 2-Down
Music pioneered by Byron Lee and the Dragonaires
Ness and Tay
Nuts
On the fence
Org. founded by Samuel Gompers
Overseas shipping unit
Pasta salad ingredient
Pitcher Hideo Nomo's birthplace
Predecessor of Ford
Prefix with romantic
Present for viewing ... or prevent from being viewed
Prey for lions
Ripen
Rummage
Saharan viper
Section in a record store
Shed
Snail
Sorkin who created 'The West Wing'
Spinners
Star of Broadway's 'QED,' 2001-02
Suffer
The City of a Thousand Minarets
Time-honored name?
Torpedoed
Trips through rain forests, maybe
Walker, Cooper and others
___ Balls (snack cakes)
___ Secretary
___ terrier
___ were

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