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New York Times crossword of December 6th, 2002 other clues
'Hath ___ sister?': Shak.
'Dalibor' composer
'Hungry Like the Wolf' band
'Incompleteness theorem' formulator
'Shampoo' co-star
'Travels in the Congo' writer
'Wait ___!'
1974 Mocedades hit
1990 film star autobiography subtitled 'My Story'
A symbol of Louisiana
Abstain from
Anthem opener
Anticipatory cry
Bordeaux blaze
Can you believe it?
Canadian province capital
Choice in trunks
Classic symbol of bad luck
Close one
Colgate, e.g.: Abbr.
Cozy retreat
Daft
Den mother
First host of 'America's Funniest Home Videos'
First name in dance
Frankincense and myrrh, but not gold
Get one behind the other
Get to
Grp. with the 1976 platinum album 'A New World Record'
Haitian dictator, commonly
Have a kid
He hid under the alias Thomas Howard
He was told to 'let my people go'
Icky stuff
It may be pushed at a party
It rolls in
Like Rome vis-à-vis New York City
You may get in with it
Zola heroine
Like the Godhead
Likely to wear down
Made known
Mata ___
Mental problems
Morning time
Name for the nameless
Not keep to oneself
Obi-Wan portrayer, 1999
One may be crowned
Originate (from)
Pair of nines?
Played ducks and drakes with
Player whose number 6 jersey is now retired
Scholarship basis
Serve
Side room
Sitcom landlord
Slap on
Some marching groups
Some phones have them
Spreading plant
Stead
Successor to Allen
Text accompanier
The Roosevelt years and others
Unequal on all three sides
Villa ___
Vision: Prefix
Weary
Weight
Where Basque is spoken

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