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'Perry Mason' climax crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 24th, 2008 other clues
''Tis a pity'
'2001' extras
'Sure, why not'
'There's no accounting for ___'
'___ Mio'
'___ of God,' Jane Fonda film
1956-57 crisis site
Abacus user
Basketball hoops
Bowling unit
Brit. military award
Car company that originated as an airplane manufacturer
Clearasil target
Coach Parseghian
Coastal fliers
Copenhagen wad
Corn core
Dearborn debut of 1958
December 25, e.g.
Expensive alternative to a toupee
Farming prefix
Feature of many a 1970s rock concert
Fire ___
George W., to George H. W.
Group of brains
Hägar the Horrible's wife
Hand covered with 32-Down
Heirloom locale
Historic 1940s event, for short
How crowds move
Images representing Internet users
It lets you go without charges
Jockey's whip
Keats creation
Last ___
Lead-in to plunk
Mariner's datum
Mex. miss
Newswoman Paula
Old-fashioned tub feature
Org. with good aims?
Play characters
Power connectors, or a way to describe 17-, 22-, 55- and 61-Across
Prefix with -gram or -graph
Prevent, legally
Purely or simply: Abbr.
Radioed, e.g.
Sap sucker
See 29-Down
Show interrupter
Shower sponge
Signals, as to an auctioneer
Sound of a lightning strike
Soup alternative
Spanish appetizers
Speaking one's mind
Start of a Fred Flintstone cry
State whose tallest bldg. has only 19 floors
Stiller's comedy partner
Tbsp. or tsp.
Tennis accessories
They pop on planes
Three, four or five, commonly
Top layer, in a way
Tuesday in Hollywood
Unagi, at a Japanese restaurant
Vivien of film

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