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New York Times Crossword Answers December 2 2016

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New York Times Crossword Answers December 2 2016

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  • Not as much
  • Rolls with the punches
  • Some hospital readings
  • “Can you break ___?”
  • Fearless
  • Heraldic wreath
  • Only creature besides humans to farm other creatures
  • Visits
  • “If things don’t change …”
  • Something an athlete puts on
  • Reward for acting well?
  • Genteel establishment
  • Decade when ZIP codes were introduced
  • Verge
  • Grumpy state
  • Scottish “John”
  • Presumptive
  • Front ends?
  • “Her name is ___ and she dances on the sand” (1983 pop lyric)
  • It borders Hudson Bay: Abbr.
  • “The best or nothing” sloganeer informally
  • Forsaken
  • Arm-twists
  • Claims with “on”
  • Xerox setting: Abbr.
  • “Dr. Strangelove” or “Borat”
  • When Banquo dies in “Macbeth”
  • “You ___ worry”
  • State
  • What a needle may indicate: Abbr.
  • Syllables in a children’s refrain
  • Shortly
  • Oz. sextet
  • Dictionary’s end
  • Ceremonial basin
  • Pakistan’s ___ Khan University
  • Downloaded say
  • One may open an issue
  • Suffix with lip-
  • It comes with a dish
  • Universal Studios formerly
  • Athletic wear named for an anagram of what it does
  • Female in the woods
  • Card initials
  • Monkey with a repetitive name
  • Hairstyle that’s very big
  • “Odyssey” peak
  • Parting words
  • Paul of “There Will Be Blood”
  • Emulate a popinjay
  • “Annie Hall” or “Notting Hill”
  • Montessori and Sharapova
  • Sat in a dugout?
  • Pha�thon’s father in myth
  • Ball game
  • Dinosaur in Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur”
  • First name in foundations
  • Southern California’s ___ Point
  • Lasting impression
  • “M*A*S*H” co-star
  • Picture frame?
  • Bound
  • Article of personal property
  • Veiled promise?
  • Cracker Jack come-on
  • Jerry’s partner
  • “Fingers crossed!”
  • Dallas-to-Houston dir.
  • Verb that can combine with its past tense
  • Like some inspections
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