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New York Times crossword of December 17th, 2012 other clues
'It's the end of ___'
'Jeopardy!' host Trebek
'No sweat!'
'There Is Nothin' Like a ___' ('South Pacific' song)
'Très ___' ('Very well,' in French)
151, in old Rome
Aid for reaching the top shelf, maybe
Avails oneself of
Barely run the engine
Cartoon frames
Chicken ___ king
Cleveland b-ball team
Cumberland ___
Dickens's 'The Mystery of ___ Drood'
Dip, as a doughnut
Doles (out)
Dolt's response
Dove sounds
Either side of a doorway
Eskimo boot
Favor a 'th' sound
Feed the same line
Film spool
Follow behind
Former Disney head Michael
Fresh take, informally
Garrison of 'A Prairie Home Companion'
Genghis Khan, for one
Go over in one's imagination
Green gem
Green gems
Hard-to-chew piece of meat
Having a clearer head
Hornets' home
Hospital diagnostic
Idaho's capital
In a wily way
Institution in Ithaca, N.Y
It's bordered by three countries with '-stan' in their names
It's dipped in the water
James Bond film involving a Fabergé egg
Kazan of Hollywood
Little brother, to an older sibling, say
Needing hospitalization, say
Needing sign language, say
Omega preceder
Pakistani tongue
Per ___ (expense account amount)
Perennial whose flowers are typically orange with black dots
Place to sleep
River near the Pyramids
Samuel on the Supreme Court
School where the Clintons met
Senegal's capital
Sicilian mount
Skirt style
Source of some fluff
Stick out
String quartet member
Surface quality
The 'N' of PIN
Votes that are an anagram of 71-Across
Was out front
Water carriers
Wedge fractions in Trivial Pursuit
Wright flight site
___ club (singing group)
___ Dhabi
___ vera

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