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Underground nesters crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 7th, 2007 other clues
'I hate it when that happens!'
'Oh! Susanna' closer
1976 Hall & Oates hit
1982 film and arcade game
1992 New Hampshire primary winner
Affecting the heart
Beach shop souvenirs
Big tier?
Board opening?
Brando's 'On the Waterfront' co-star
Bundle up
Cause of overreactions?
Celebrity who testified at the 2005 Michael Jackson trial
Cocktail party exchanges
Come around
Confectioner's offering
Dog breed whose name literally means 'rather low'
Fair diversion
First major-league team to sign Satchel Paige
First-year men
Four-legged Hammett character
Frequent Styne collaborator
Frist's successor as majority leader
Funny fellow
Give a whirl
Grand Lodge Convention attendees
Had a one-sided conversation with
He said 'How can anyone govern a nation that has 246 kinds of cheese?'
Hosts' hirees
Intellectuals' opposites
Item in a 1-Across
Jimi Hendrix's style
Longtime 'What's My Line?' name
Lying low
Matching accessory for a slicker
Money replaced by euros
Montana county seat named for a nonnative creature
Noted English portraitist
Ocelot, for one
Offering just the right amount of resistance
Palais Garnier offerings
Playwright Ayckbourn
Podiatric problem, for some
Radar's radio contact on 'M*A*S*H'
Reese's 'Legally Blonde' role
Required reading for 007
Site site
Some famous last words
Speaks with a pleasing rhythm
Synagogue cabinets
They hold at least two cups each
Time off
Timer sound
Traditional Monday meal in Creole cuisine
TV host who told viewers 'Look that up in your Funk & Wagnalls!'
Two-character Mamet play
Wire, at times
World Cup highlight

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