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Word that can follow the starts of 17-, 27-, 44- and 59-Across crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 24th, 2007 other clues
'I know what you're thinking' claim
'Nutty' role for Jerry Lewis
'What was ___ do?'
Actor Harris and others
Airline to Ben-Gurion
Akron's home
April 15 org.
Atop, poetically
Background check for a lender
Be a pugilist
Bide one's time for
Big name in fairy tales
Bit of land in a river
BlackBerry, e.g., in brief
Brenda Lee's '___ Around the Christmas Tree'
Bruce Springsteen's first hit
Bulls, rams and bucks
Chinese-born American architect
Coastal inlet
Cognizant (of)
Didn't go out for dinner
Doorframe parts
Drink that often comes with an umbrella
Edgar Bergen's Mortimer ___
Egyptian viper
Electrical unit
Eyelid woe
Fe, to chemists
Fence part
Floppy rabbit feature
Furry foot
Gift recipient
Goes to
Holiday ___
Hollow-stemmed plant
Husband of Isis
Illustration, for short
In the near future
Issues an advisory
Jay-Z and Timbaland
Kibbles 'n ___
Killer whale
Kitchen gizmo
Light hauler
Little ___ (tots)
Long, long sentence
Manicurists' concerns
Marvel mutant superhero
Mississippi's Trent
Musical transitions
Nantucket, e.g.: Abbr.
Nintendo brother
Norms: Abbr.
Olive stuffing
One who's always up for a good time
Out of bed
Place that often has picnic tables
Play's start
Prefix with -lithic
President before D.D.E.
Regarding this point
Sandwich bread
Send again
Sgt., e.g.
Superlative suffix
Trim, as branches
TV's '___ Sharkey'
Where the Pokémon craze originated
Worker with genes or film
___ Aviv
___ of students
___ Speedwagon
___ Xers

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