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Ship's backbone crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 5th, 2023 other clues
Actor McKellen who played Gandalf
SiriusXM medium
Org. with a Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list
*Stereotypical literary persona
Howard who narrates "Arrested Development"
Like most Italian nouns ending in -o: Abbr.
Hardwood tree
*Number of copies requested by a publisher
One side in checkers
Longoria of "Desperate Housewives"
"Dancing Queen" group
Volcanic residue
"Right away, boss!"
Skin spot
Tight undergarment
1/26.2 of a marathon
*Designer's collection
Cheek swab material
Picnic pest
*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?
Wedding words
"___ we there yet?"
Pie-in-the-face sound
Maintain, as a bar
Roast beef au ___
Diamond Head's island
Texter's sign-off
Heed the coxswain
Give stars, say
Temporary relief
Sharp and shrewd
Common plot point on a soap opera
Staircase part
"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
Snail-mail correspondent
Merchant's booth
Swindler's victim
Jeweler's lens
Some venomous snakes
Helpful connections
Dos + cinco
Student ___ forgiveness
Bungee cables, for example
Smallest of the Chinese zodiac animals
Like high-strung horses
"How's it goin'?"
Fairy tale brother
Mountaineering enthusiast, in slang
Fiber-___ cable
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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