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New York Times crossword of December 18th, 2005 other clues
'For the ___ and radiant maiden': Poe
'Good ___!'
'Have a nice weekend … heh-heh'
'High Spirits' star, 1988
'I can't read your handwriting!'
'If I could digress for a moment …'
'My lecture's done, but we still have five minutes'
'That's ___!'
'The Aviator' actor, 2004
'You, in the front row!'
'Your grades aren't what they should be'
'___ take arms against a sea of troubles': Hamlet
27 for 56-Across, e.g.: Abbr.
50-Across's partner
Any of TV's Simpsons
Apples can be compared to them
Best replacement
Black holes, e.g.
Blurted (out)
Bottom lines
Brian of rock
Caesarean delivery?
Cap sites
Car maker whose name is Latin
Certain guilty pleasure
Controversial 50's event
County of Dover, Delaware … or Dover, England
Cousin of Muhammad
Crowd attractor
Cry of success
Cutting down, after 'on'
Diplomat Deane of early America
Docent's offering
E'en if
Element in magnetic alloys
Ending of many toothpaste names
Endorphin, e.g.
Fall locale
Father or son Joad in 'The Grapes of Wrath'
Feminine suffix
Feminine suffix
First name in modeling
French satellite-launching rocket
German coal city
Go through slowly
Good time to collect seashells
Govt. org. with a flower in its logo
Great American Ballpark team
Hardy girl
Having four sharps
Heads of états
In the initial phases
Index fingers, in a children's hand game
Is multitudinous
Isn't joking
It lacks 93-Across
It works like a charm
Its musical ID is just the notes G, E and C
Last lines
Le soleil, par exemple
Like Charlie Chaplin
Like raccoons
Like some Bedouins
Like some effects
Listening to Muzak, maybe
Literary dueler
Marine killer
Meatloaf serving
Mona ___ smile
Neb. neighbor
Netanyahu's successor
Not take for credit
Objects of envy
Old German duchy name
Old literary inits.
One of six Russian rulers
Open case
Part of a speller's clarification
Parts of hearts
Philosopher Descartes
Polite question
Port container
Pound with a metric system?
Pourer's request
Proceed nonchalantly
Professors' environs
Quadrennial White House administration
Record problem
Relative of a potato
Reynolds Wrap maker
River of W.W. I
San Francisco street named for a president
Sarah Josepha ___, who wrote 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'
Serenades, as the moon
Set of values
Seven-time French Open winner
Slate, e.g., for short
Some bills
Sore throat remedy
Spaced (out)
Spy's gizmo
Stamp letters
Start of a decision-making process
Successful film franchise starting in 1979
Takes off
Technique for viewing some slides?
Ten Commandments word
The Beatles, once
The lonely goatherd, in a 'Sound of Music' song
Track event
Track runner?
Trojan horse
Turn off
Uncle ___ rice
Vikings' org.
W.W. II conference site
Was a good dog, perhaps
Ziegfeld Follies costume designer

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