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New York Times crossword of December 14th, 2003 other clues
Directly across from: Abbr.
Done, to Donne
Drummer Starkey, Ringo's son
English poet Dowson
Evel doings?
Fountain treat
Fringe material
Game show host who was once a CBC newsman
Gave birth, as on a ranch
Gift exchange requirement: Abbr.
Healthful retreats
Hide-hair link
How lemmings move
Huge win
Hurrah for El Farruco
Is a go-between
It holds one cup
It will hold your horses
It's heard in Islamabad
It's often squirreled away
Itinerary abbr.
Key of Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 2
Kind of date
King in a 1978 pop hit
Kyrgyz city
Leg bone
Like some chords
Linen closet stack
Lobster ___ diavolo
Love symbol
'Nobody's Fool' star Paul
'Oy ___!'
'The Gift of the Magi,' e.g.
'Would I lie?!'
'___ it the truth!'
Abu ___ Bay, site of Horatio Nelson's naval victory, 1798
Airport city near Montreal
Allure competitor
Alphabet sextet
Amount of eggnog
Ancient Greek tunic
Antiapartheid org.
Antiquaire's item
Antique auto
Art Deco designer
Attach with laces
Ballet leap
Beach shades
Big stories
Botch the subtitles, maybe
Bourbon and others: Abbr.
Brenda of the comics
Brief time out?
British verb ending
Car tower
Carbon compound
Chinese zodiac sign
Choir practice
Clear the slate
Colors in cave paintings
Cozy retreat
Creepy sort, for short
Croupiers' tools
Dancing siblings
See 3-Down
Sermon subject
Sgt. and sgt. maj.
Skater Midori
Skating star Kulik
Software program, briefly
Some old roadsters
Sprang back
Starting Harvard law students
Stephen, in France
Stick ___
Subject to external controls
Succumb to stage fright
The boonies
Timeline info: Abbr.
Tiny Tim played it
Tour de France units: Abbr.
Trattoria desserts
Tuckered out
View from a lighthouse
War horses
Western-themed films
What that isn't
White of the eye
Window item
Winter Palace residents
With 15-Down, what to do to reveal this puzzle's theme
Without exception, after 'to'
___ sandwich
___-Mère-Église, France
'Leave me alone!'
'At Seventeen' singer Janis
'Coffee, ___ Me?'
'God bless us every one,' e.g.
'Halt!' to a salt
'Law & Order' type: Abbr.
Magazine article
Mania subject?
Maximally chi-chi
Mortimer, a real dummy
Motor City org.
Movie cowboy Lash ___
N.F.C. gridder
Name fit for a king?
Narc's find, for short
Native Nebraskan
Nick of 'Lorenzo's Oil'
No longer stops?
Not an orig.
Not give a definite answer
Noted family of Flemish painters
Onassis, in tabloids
One whose job is a grind?
One with a thick skin
Oxford, for one: Abbr.
Phoenix-to-Flagstaff dir.
Phone no. add-on
Pit stop can
Pudding ingredient
Ring setting
Rover and Tabby, e.g.
Sandy tract, in Britain
Satirist Mort
Scale notes
Scrooge overcame this
Seasonal air that celebrates this puzzle's theme

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