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New York Times crossword of December 30th, 2002 other clues
Comedian's bit
Currier's partner in lithography
Eve's man
Everglades grass
Gaming table stacks
Gets better, as a wound
HBO deliverer
Hollywood's DeVito or Glover
It goes in the hold
It's no mansion
Ivan, for one
Kung ___ shrimp
Leave out
Leg shackles
Mentor for Luke Skywalker
Mideast prince
Mobile home?
Mosaic piece
Mother ___ (Nobel-winning nun)
Neighbor of Israel
Notre Dame's Fighting ___
Oceanographic charts
Org. for the Nets and Nuggets
Peaceful protest
Pepsi competitor
Performer with a painted-on smile
Physicist Niels
Prepare, as tea
Roof's edge
Rope material
Royal residences
Seep (out)
September bloom
Ship's weight unit
Short flight
Siesta sound
Sign of boredom
SSW's reverse
St. ___ fire
Stretchy, as a waistband
Sultan of ___ (Babe Ruth)
Tex-Mex snack
Zagreb resident
___ Bator, Mongolia
'Halt!,' at sea
'I'm afraid not!'
'Stop right there!'
'Tosca,' e.g.
'Wise' bird
'You could've knocked me over with a feather!'
'You said it!'
1974 Tom T. Hall hit
An almanac lists its highs and lows
Apple laptop
Axis soldiers
Ballfield cover
Big hunk
Bygone times
Byrd and Hatch, e.g.: Abbr.
Cave dweller
College period

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