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New York Times crossword of December 14th, 2006 other clues
Car introduced in 1904
City near Crawford, Tex.
Civil War inits.
Command to Fido
Cry with an outstretched hand
Diva ___ Te Kanawa
Dugout shelter
Ed Sullivan, e.g.
End of the riddle
Glib romancer
Glossy fabric
Golfer's concern
Hairstylist's supply
Hang around at an accident scene
Happy cry in song
Hilo garland
It may be high or faint
Land on Lake Victoria
Lena of 'Polish Wedding'
Like some educ. publishing
Line on which y = 0
Many a prof.
Marx collaborator
Maryland's ___ Air Force Base
More treacherous in the winter
Municipal pol.
Music at many a memorial
Music storage place
Newcastle Brown, e.g.
Not old: Ger.
One with Red Cross training, maybe: Abbr.
Page in an account book
Penciled-in eyebrow, e.g.
Penguins' home?: Abbr.
Person in a sauna
Poetic contraction
Riddle, part 2
Riddle, part 3
See 60-Across
Shakespeare's 'very foolish fond old man'
Start of a riddle
Start of Massachusetts' motto
Swenson of 'Benson'
Tic-tac-toe loser
Venetian magistrate of old
Wagner heroine ___ of Brabant
Wrinkly fruit
Writer Sholem
Z ___ zebra
___ Bros.
___ facto
___ von Baeyer, 1905 Chemistry Nobelist
'Easter 1916' poet
Anna's lover in 'Anna Karenina'
Allen and Ott
A lot of Eurasia, once: Abbr.
Animals in harness
Another, in Madrid
Author Silverstein
Better suited
Browning and simmering
Bygone N.L. team

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