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New York Times crossword of December 11th, 2016 other clues
'Brown Sugar' band, with 'the'
'Fernando' band
'Go ahead, I'm listening'
'Good enough'
'Me neither'
'O mio babbino caro,' for one
'Oh, jeez!'
'Rosy-fingered' Greek goddess
'Tell me how you really feel!'
'The cauldron of Democracy'
'The Real Slim Shady,' for one
'The Simpsons' girl
'___ even'
Activity that was called 111-Across before pesticides
Actor Bruce
Ages and ages
Agrees to fight
Aids in filing
Airport figs
Apparel also called clamdiggers
Apple alternatives
Argument-ending reply
Be an agent (for)
Bee follower
Believes (in)
Belonging to the highest level
Cackle from a greedy person
Caesar's 'Commentaries on the ___ War'
Charles, par exemple
Cinnamon candies
Climax of many a fantasy novel
Coins that pay for passage over the River Styx
Common word in insurance company names
Concept that was called 36-Across before research into the square root of negatives
Court reporter, e.g
Dancer Duncan
Dialect that was called 22-Across before the age of colonialism
Doubter's question
Drag away
Dummy symbols in ciphers
Entertainment category that was called 97-Across before talkies
Fastener that was called 80-Across before a rounded design was implemented
Fever fit
Figure skater Cohen
Food that was called 53-Across before Twizzlers and the like
Former attorney general Holder
Giving heat?
Go for
Goal for some dropouts, for short
Gridiron gains: Abbr
Happened to
Helper: Abbr
Home of Haleakala National Park
Horror and mystery
Ice Bucket Challenge, for one
Jackson 5 #1 hit
Leaving word
Light-colored wood
Like many wedding cakes
Like snakes
Like the planet in 'Dune'
Look for business?
Main points
Mark of success in business?
Mass, e.g
Nickname of a 'Game of Thrones' dwarf, with 'the'
Not as lax
Not belonging to anybody
Object that was called 100-Across before electronic documents
Onetime title for Bernie Sanders
Opponents of the Protestant Reformation
Opposite of fore
Opposite of paleo-
Painter Jean
Part of Dixie: Abbr
Part of the names of four state capitals
PBS's '___ Can Cook'
Peddler's stock
Personal datum: Abbr
Pickup truck's capacity, maybe
Police broadcast, for short
Portrays feelings
Property recipient
Purported rural shenanigan
Quaff in Middle-earth
Quaint contraction
Realtor's goal
Releases, dramatically
Reply to 5-Down
Rids of vermin, in a way
Rod user
Siri : iPhone :: ___ : Amazon Echo
Site of the infamous Hoa Lo Prison
Skimobile, informally
Small monetary amts
Small newt
Something to bank on
Something you might have a gut feeling about?
Source of the saying 'It is more blessed to give than to receive'
South American corn cakes
Spock's rank: Abbr
Squeeze (out)
Symbol for density
Target demographic for Hot Wheels
Tea Partiers in Congress, e.g
Terrier carrier
They go about two feet
Vibrating device
W.W. II danger
Was horrible
Without a doubt
___ bloom (result of fertilizer pollution)
___ dixit
___ point
___ splints (runner's ailment)

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