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|New York Times crossword of December 29th, 2005 other clues|
|'Splendor in the Grass' writer|
|'What a comic!'|
|1940's-50's All-Star ___ Slaughter|
|Abbr. in a baby announcement|
|Actress Birch of 'American Beauty'|
|Actress ___ Dawn Chong|
|An essayist's work is in it|
|Any of the four words hidden in 17-, 26-, 43- and 56-Across: Abbr.|
|Canada's Grand ___ National Historic Park|
|Chief Pontiac's tribe|
|Coin collected by a numismatico|
|Diamond and others|
|Familiar place for a cat|
|File box contents|
|Go from 11 to 12, say|
|Goes off on a tangent?|
|Ipecac, for one|
|Is fine in the end|
|Kind of queen|
|Like bird flu, originally|
|Like the hills|
|Los Angeles's ___ College of Art and Design|
|Magazine figure, for short|
|Means of security|
|Modern capital of ancient Phrygia|
|Needing to refuel|
|Not just theoretical|
|Opposite of vert.|
|Patient's need, briefly|
|Prefix with lingual|
|Red-headed boy of 60's TV|
|Role in 'The Sign of the Cross'|
|Skid row sound|
|Sylvester's 'Rocky' co-star|
|The only pieces there are exactly three of in Scrabble|
|Wall St. news|
|Winner of 2.7% of the 2000 presidential vote|
|___ Lowell, title character in a 1980's sitcom|
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