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New York Times crossword of December 14th, 2011 other clues
'Cease' and 'desist,' e.g.: Abbr
'Chocolate' dog
'Doesn't thrill me'
'Hänsel ___ Gretel'
'No Such Thing' blues rocker
'Proved!' letters
'Rude' sound
Adrien of 'The Pianist'
Alphonse's comics partner
Annual parade honoree, informally
At a cruise stop, say
Backing strip
Barbuda's island partner
Barker and Kettle
Black, to bards
C.S.A. part: Abbr
Camera type, in brief
Chekhov uncle
Close by, in poems
Consumer products giant, briefly
Cornell of Cornell University
Cuneiform discovery site
Descartes's 'therefore'
Euro fraction
Fish-eating raptor
Geisha's tie
Get, as profits
Helen's city
Holy city of Iran
Hoopster with six rap albums, for short
Horse to be broken
Hurled weapon
Ill temper
Inconsistent root beer brand?
Kind of fly, informally
Like a D-
Local ascetic?
Make note of, with 'down'
Metrosexual's tote
Motorola cell phone brand
Movie camera settings
Mr. America's pride
Pasadena posies
Pizzeria chain, informally
Popular swab
Put down, as a riot
Put the kibosh on
Qaddafi's rise to power, e.g
Red wine of Spain
Regarding, on memos
Ring foe of Manolete
Role in 'Son of Frankenstein'
Run into unexpected trouble
Santa ___, Calif
Sealer's stuff
Sequence sung by kids
Soapmaking compound
Some Mideast laptops?
The New Yorker cartoonist Peter
They may be even, ironically
Top awards at los Juegos Olímpicos
Trade center
Transplants, in a way
U.F.O. crew
Vintners' prefix
Vintners' valley
Voodoo charm
W.W. I mil. group
___ Paese cheese
___ Quested, woman in Forster's 'A Passage to India'
___ vez (again: Sp.)

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