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New York Times crossword of December 19th, 2005 other clues
'Lord, is ___?'
'Things aren't looking good'
'___ of God,' 1985 film
Analyze grammatically
Ancient Greek colony
Ancient Peruvian
Artist's workplace
Attorneys' org.
Author Fleming
Ballet movement in which the knees are bent
Bone near the radius
Borrow without intending to repay
Christmas drink
Christmas songs
Christmas trimming
City NNE of Paris
College administrator
Cry to a matey
Cupid's Greek counterpart
Edison rival
Editorial, part 2
Editorial, part 3
Ever and ___
Eyebrow shape
Farming unit
Film ___
First 007 film
Former attorney general Janet
Germany's Konrad Adenauer, Der ___
Greedy person's cry
Greek 'I'
Have ___ to eat
Hawaiian feast
He KO'd Foreman in '74
In one's birthday suit
Keep others awake at night, maybe
Kramden of 'The Honeymooners'
Like a ghost's howling
More meddlesome
Most serious
Oak's source
Part of a famous 1897 editorial
Philosopher known as 'the Stoic'
Poe bird
Port of Spain
Prefix with nautical
Prima donna
Prudential competitor
Pull behind
Quickly, in memos
River around the Île de la Cité
Roof overhang
Rudolph and team
Sailor, slangily
Second-longest river of China
Spice in Christmas cookies
Stitching line
Swiss river to the Rhine
Take for granted
Thomas ___ Edison
Tree's anchor
Upper atmosphere
Vision of sugar-plums dancing in one's head, e.g.
Went out, as the tide
___ Paulo, Brazil
___, amas, amat

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