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'Stretch' car crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 19th, 2011 other clues
'Amazing' magician
'Je t'___' (French words of affection)
Aide: Abbr
Air safety org
Ancient Andeans
By land ___
Cloud's locale
Commercial suffix with Gator
Cuts calories
Ed of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'
Emperor said to have fiddled while Rome burned
Encouragement after 'Go on'
End of lunchtime, often
First words of the Constitution
Formal goodbye
Have ___ with
Heat to 212°
Hertz rival
Hitchhike, e.g
Homer Simpson's favorite meat item
Indian prince
Items filling a star's mailbox
Jazz jargon
Kindle download
Letter-shaped construction pieces
Madison Avenue exec
Not straight
Note after fa
Officials who cry 'Steee-rike!'
Ogre in love with Princess Fiona
Open, as a present
Overlook, as something that's illegal
Overly demure
Piece of Nintendo game equipment
Pinball game ender
Polite assent in Paris
Politico Sarah
Pond swimmers
Prego alternative
Prize won by Roosevelt, Wilson, Carter and Obama
Pub offerings
Quaint denial
Racecar fuel additive
Religion of the Koran
Roosevelt, Wilson, Carter or Obama: Abbr
Speck of dust
Stair parts
Stenographers' needs
Summers in France
The 'I' in I.B.M.: Abbr
The number XC
Tree-lined way, in France
Verdi opera based on a Shakespeare play
What to do 'in St. Louis,' in an old song
Where folks get into hot water
Worms, in fishing
Young girls in Glasgow
___ and crafts
___ Aviv
___ Brown and His Band of Renown

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