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|New York Times crossword of December 5th, 2023 other clues
|Actor McKellen who played Gandalf
|Org. with a Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list
|*Stereotypical literary persona
|Howard who narrates "Arrested Development"
|Like most Italian nouns ending in -o: Abbr.
|*Number of copies requested by a publisher
|One side in checkers
|Longoria of "Desperate Housewives"
|"Dancing Queen" group
|"Right away, boss!"
|1/26.2 of a marathon
|Cheek swab material
|*Barriers that slide in and out of a wall
|Irritable ... or how you might describe all the words in the answers to the starred clues?
|"___ we there yet?"
|Maintain, as a bar
|Roast beef au ___
|Diamond Head's island
|Heed the coxswain
|Give stars, say
|Sharp and shrewd
|Common plot point on a soap opera
|"The Godfather" Oscar winner
|Bit of concert equipment
|Present, as a prize
|What the Portuguese "senhor" means
|Having a light touch
|Actor Mahershala of "Moonlight"
|Cookie-flavored breakfast cereal
|Some venomous snakes
|Dos + cinco
|Student ___ forgiveness
|Bungee cables, for example
|Smallest of the Chinese zodiac animals
|Like high-strung horses
|Fairy tale brother
|Mountaineering enthusiast, in slang
|Hits the slopes
|Track meet event
|City mentioned at the start of the Grateful Dead's "Friend of the Devil"
|Show people to their seats, informally
|Genre for the 1990s band Sublime
|Something you don't have to pay for, redundantly
|Ted Lasso, for one
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