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New York Times crossword of December 6th, 2003 other clues
'What have you been up to lately?' response
Actor Reginald, who played both Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes
1996 song that was #1 for 14 weeks
'___ le feste' ('Rigoletto' aria)
A hero may have it
Aplenty, once
At the time of
Basketball player's stat
Beekeeper in a 1997 film
One who's overly eager
Painter Meissonier
Part of some letters
Part of some platters
Picked-out material?
Pitch preceder
Place to display goods
Player of Caroline in 'Caroline and the City'
QB Detmer and others
Questionable gift
React to something hilarious
Receives eagerly
Run off, in the old days
Stay out of sight
Sticks, in a way
Tallies: Abbr.
They may hold money for passengers
Tundra borderer
TV family member whose words are often bleeped
When D.S.T. begins
Worrywart's words
Business setback
Call from the field
Casting event
Caught on camera
Cause of some attacks
Certain Iraqi
Conductor knighted in 1996
Court great
Diamond with a mike
Dish Network rival
Downed, as shots
Four in an acre
Game similar to crazy eights
Grp. concerned with traveling
Have second thoughts about
It may be for the birds
It's associated with dens: Abbr.
Land, in Lyon
Layperson in a monastery
Like some discounted mdse.
London's ___ Court
Mobility improver
No longer work
North Dakota city
Not at all shady
Not thinking of others
Not work independently

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