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Worker in Santa's workshop crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 2nd, 2011 other clues
'From Here to Eternity' Best Actor nominee
'Get it?'
'Love Song' band, 1989
'Oh, also ...,' in text messages
10%
20%
502, in old Rome
Actress Fox of 'Transformers'
Autos
Baby bird's sound
Bank fixture
Baseball's DiMaggio
Box office purchases, informally
Charlie of 'Two and a Half Men'
Country-pop star with the 2008 six-time platinum album 'Fearless'
Crease
Curds and ___
Dashes' partners in Morse code
Decorate
Dum-dum
Entree from Swanson or Banquet
Extended
F.D.R.'s successor
Fashion magazine originally from France
Flustered
Folkie Guthrie
Gave a speech
Go-___
Greek goddess of strife
Handle roughly
Handle, as a tool
Icy precipitation
In favor of
Kitten's cry
Large shrimp
Leave out
Merrier
Mideast grp.
Mine, in Marseille
Move to a lower gear
Mysterious saucer
Opposite of a tightwad
Pained cries
Parts of office tel. nos.
Passover observer
Plan for hosp. patients
Plant with fronds
Poetic Muse
Politico ___ Paul
Prefix with classical
Pretentious
Road blocker after a winter storm
Rocky hill
Sea, to Cousteau
Seabird
Shop with egg salad and cold cuts
Shoulder muscle, for short
Silky
Sink's outlet
Social slight
Some small batteries
Store sign during bargain week
Suffix with Brooklyn or Manhattan
Suffix with serpent
Super-duper
The Braves, on scoreboards
Theme
Things passed on from Mom and Dad
Tightened
Touches up, as a manuscript
Uncles' partners
Vehicle moving items in a warehouse
What a Don Juan thinks he is to women
Where inhaled air goes
Words before double or take
Writer Anais
___ room (place for Ping-Pong)

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