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New York Times crossword of December 5th, 2003 other clues
One of the 61-Across
One way to swim
Personal documentaries
Place of fiction
Pop-up producer
Popular portable music players
Possible answer to 'Really?'
Secures, as a bottle cap
Shot putter?
Smarts
Snarl
Sodium hydroxide, to chemists
Some hoops scores: Abbr.
Something deeply engrained
Special attention, for short
Sportscaster Michaels and others
Substance checker: Abbr.
Their lines are often crossed
They're leaving
Top, in a way
Turn right, e.g.
Two or more periods
Unsaid
Utah city
Vitellius succeeded him
Western Athletic Conf. team
Where Bergen is: Abbr.
Word accompanying a clink
Young parasite
Airline employee
A pittance, paywise
Abbr. used in some town names
About to receive
Actor Mark ___-Baker
Actress Taylor
Almond
Be a member of, as a committee
Bien-___ (well-being): Fr.
Burden with more duties
California's Point ___
Canadian market inits.
Chip away at
Chunks
Comic Philips
Crumbs
Cry before you're off, perhaps
Dr. with a beat
Drippers
Driver's license datum
Earth, e.g.
Entrance requirements, sometimes
Expansion target, with 'the'
Fire ___
Former Nicaraguan leader
Freshwater fish
Get the lead out?
Helps secretly
Is enough for
It may be sucked in
It may come from a crib
Juan or José, e.g.
Juice source
Keep from drying out
Like some copy
Location identifier: Abbr.
Male seals have them
Many mathematicians
Monument Valley feature
Never: Ger.
Nobel-winning father-and-son physicists
Not say clearly

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