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New York Times crossword of December 12th, 2004 other clues
7' 5' Ming
Alfred E. Neuman feature
Amazed telegram recipient’s cry?
Announce
Bad spots for a date
Baker of song
Baltic port
Befuddled
Bird: Prefix
Blows away
Book before Esther: Abbr.
Breaks off
Bro
Broken
Building material
Busted
Calling “chicken,” perhaps
Canada’s Point ___ National Park
Carol contraction
Chats online, for short
Cheney’s predecessor
Clinton’s first secretary of defense
Clipped
Coarse
Cold weather protector
Collapsible lid
Colorful circle
Cool brews
Correspondence
Cost of a mail-order bride?
Course list abbr.
Darkening
Ding Dong alternatives
Diving areas
Early Nebraskans
Early seafarers feared going over it
Fairylike being of myth
Falls behind, in a way
Famous murder defendant of the 1920’s
Fan’s sound
Get bug-eyed over
Giant of old
Gloomy guy
Goddess of peace
Goes belly up
Gorgons
Got milk
Grounds for a good night’s sleep?
Has too much, briefly
Hate with a passion
Hoity-toity one
Ignored, as authority
Impetuously, perhaps
In order
Indian butter
Initials in stone
It usually has a point
Jackie’s second
Jerk
Joins in
Kind of theater
Kite aid
Lake tribe
Land’s end?
Lengthy sentence
Letter getter
Lift
Like most sonnets
Like some nuts
Lit
Little digit
Made fancy
Midshipmen’s gridiron gains?
Moonshine maker
Mrs. Copperfield
Multiply like an amoeba
Namath put it on the map: Abbr.
Next
Not behind
Nourished the mind
Nutritionist’s fig.
Once, once
One going down fast
One of 12 popes
One of the Brothers Karamazov
One tooting a horn
One who gets a reaction
Order to a power plant worker?
Palliate
PC key
Playwright Peter who wrote “Marat/Sade”
Pledge of allegiance
Polish
Primary strategy
Prince of Broadway
Put forward
Putdown
Ran very slowly
Range from Iowa
Raymond of “Dr. Kildare”
Relatively rare
Respected ones
Result of a vacuum cleaner mishap?
Road runner
Robes of office, once
Saw out of the blue?
Sheet music abbr.
Sign of a winner
Silent army
Silent authority?
Small types
Some multiplayer deals
Some stock quotes
Strong Greek wine
Supporting
Surrealist sculptor
Swindler, slangily
Table scrap
Took care of
Tramp class?
Tread stealthily
TV Guide data
TV warrior
Twisted character in “Oliver Twist”
Unit of volume
Unstimulating
Water, chemically
Wedding fling?
What a local news broadcast leads with?
Where a lot of fed. govt. workers live
___ gratias
“Darned if I know”
“Dennis the Menace” airer on old TV
“Don’t worry”
“Eye of ___ …”
“See ya”
“The Compleat Angler” author Walton
“You don’t even want to know the alternative!”
“You don’t say!”

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