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U.S.S.R.'s successor crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 3rd, 2009 other clues
McCartney, e.g.
Medium on the outside?
Michael Jackson genre
More eager
Most twisted
Night's start?
Not pizzicato
Observatory references
Old sketch comedy show
Play (with)
Polish capital, 1038-1596
Presaging disaster
Radar selection
Restricted zone
Sidelining cause
Temperamental one, supposedly
The 'H' in Hanukkah
There are four hidden in this puzzle, which together suggest a familiar five-word saying (3,5,4,2,4)
Trident wielder, typically
U.N. observer since '74
U.S.S. Enterprise defenses
Virgil, for one
Volleyball action between bump and spike
Words of regret
Zwei x vier
___ budget
'You missed it'
'And giving ___, up the chimney ...'
'La Grenouillère,' e.g.
'Mi casa ___ casa'
'The Sopranos' actor
'___ be my pleasure'
'___ for you!' ('Seinfeld' refusal)
'___ the hills and far away'
A, in Alsace
Adult rating for the small screen
Ancestor of the modern horse
Attentive dog owner
Author of 'Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship'
Base figure, for short
Big brand in basketballs
Bit of jewelry
Bond, e.g.: Abbr.
Buggy locale?
Cable choice
Citi Field predecessor
Classic camera
Code-breaking central, in brief
Connection means, for short
Contents of many files: Abbr.
Cry from Juliet
Dish with ham
English monarch who shared the throne
Exchange premium
Features of May-December marriages
Hare follower
Hesitate in speaking
Hold as
Holds on a mat
Hotel transportation
Howard the Duck prop
I.C.U. worker
It's well-positioned
Little, in Lille
Little: Suffix
Lock up

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