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New York Times crossword of December 27th, 2012 other clues
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'Hell, yeah!'
'It's clear to me ...'
'That's it for me'
'The Dancing Years' composer Novello
'The Hurt Locker' setting
2001 French film nominated for five Academy Awards
Aéroport d'___
An emollient
Area of decades-long conflict
Balneotherapy locale
Bit the bullet, say
Chicken ___
City west of Novosibirsk
Clark Bar company
College dept
Course with no homework, say
Designer of the Tulip chair
Edit out
French ___
Friend no more
Hippie celebration
Hit Broadway musical with the song 'I'm Not Wearing Underwear Today'
Hoi ___
How some balls are fielded
If not
Japanese drama
Junior of the N.F.L
Latin abbr. meaning 'he speaks'
Mail room sights
Male name that spells another male name backward
Oenophile's installation
Of two minds
One of the folks
One working on some panels
Org. in 1997's 'Cop Land'
Output from an old printer
Personal ad abbr
Professional runner
Quarters in Québec?
Rapper behind the 2012 'Gangnam Style' YouTube sensation
Rare goose
Represent, in sports
Say 'hey,' say
Shared with, as a story
Shoveler's target
Singer Carly ___ Jepsen
Ski shop supply
Some board game equipment
Stone Age artifact
Subject of four Sports Illustrated covers between 1966 and 1993
Theodore Roosevelt was on one in 1909
Tito's surname
To love, to Livy
Tony winner after 5-Down
Tool with a blade
U.S./Canadian sporting grp. since 1936
Was paralyzed with fear, say
What's in the stars
XC60, XC70 or XC90
___ Systems (computer networking company)

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