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New York Times crossword of December 8th, 2004 other clues
Arcade game
Be a bad winner
Bell curve figure
Bigger than big
Canadian physician Sir William ___
Commercial name suffix
Drink mixes
Elysian spots
Eye problem
F.B.I. target, with “the”
F.I.C.A. funds it
Flat spots
Follow ___ (sleuth)
Four Freedoms subject
French explorer La ___
Golfer with an army
Grounded Aussie
Hard to comprehend
High-five, e.g.
Hotel feature
It may be extended
Jazz group, often
Jump over
Like dessert wines
Like most urban land
Like some grins
Linda of soaps
Listened to a concert?
Medal winners
Medicaid, for one
Men’s accessory
Parting word
Performed in a concert?
Place to lounge
Plot part
Poe’s Arthur Gordon ___
Poker player’s declaration
Pre-euro money
Public relations concern
Put under?
Rehearsed for a concert?
Saint Moritz sight
Sainted fifth-century pope
Seems suspicious
Shooting marble
Signs in the sky
Sound of relief
Taking one’s cuts
Tends to details, figuratively
The scarlet letter, e.g.
Therapeutic treatment, maybe
Touches up
Uris hero
Very cold
Walked on
Went bad
Wisconsin college
Work at
___-andrew (buffoon)
“Here ___” (arrival words)
“Soap” family
“That’s all ___!”
“What ___ now?”

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