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New York Times crossword of December 26th, 2008 other clues
'House Call' airer
'Listen Like Thieves' band
'The Jungle Book' bear
A leading manufacturer of cars
Alternative to a tanning booth
An anchor often faces it
An unknown quantity
Ancient walkway
At the head of the line
Be windy
Bop alternative
Chapter 13?
Comic book series that spawned films in 1994 and 2005
Company whose slogan is 'Home away from home'
Didn't strike
Done, slangily
Dr. Ruth, e.g.
End of a middle watch
Falcon-headed god
Far out
Food similar to a bannock
Funeral home item
Gives last rites to, e.g.
Got hitched
Had a 33-Across, say
Half a 52-Down
Hydrocarbon endings
It's unreal
Just off the bottom, nautically
Kind of rock
Lightly and quickly, in music
Literally, 'white mountain'
Love letters?
Member of la familia extensa
Mischievous tyke
Missouri relatives
Move slowly
New Jersey shopping mecca
Old tournament events
One of the Baltimore Ravens' mascots
Pioneer's org.
Pop superstar's informal name since 1997
Prepare to ship
Pretty poor chances
Reference book abbr.
Responded contemptuously
Retires from the R.A.F.
Rona who wrote 'Mazes and Monsters'
Round parts, perhaps
Sandal variety
Sinew: Prefix
Small pad
Song standard with the lyric 'Can't you see I'm no good without you?'
Strips on a table
Strong defenses
They may be greased
Title lady in a 1933 song
Title transport in a 1941 song
Two 55-Downs
Uranus's largest moon
Way out in the country
Where to get a good view of a hit and run
Women's org. with the motto 'God, home and country'
Wong of book and film
Wyo. is on it in the summer

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