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Bit of a shock? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 25th, 2003 other clues
Subordinate bureaucrat
Suffix with mock
Take in
The Tigers
Therefore: Fr.
Took surreptitiously
Two-time U.S. Open winner
W.W. II map: Abbr.
What gymgoers show off, slangily
Wild ones
x, for one
Zool. or astron.
Zulu, for one
___ favor
'Forever, ___' (1996 humor book)
1953 Jean Simmons title role
'Yeah, right!'
'Gosford Park' character ___ Novello
'___ Cinders' (old comic)
6 on a phone
Basketball datum
Be a poor public speaker
Cable inits.
California's ___ Pass
Chief Big Bear, for one
City near Phoenix
Cleaning brand
Coast Guard rank: Abbr.
Criminal defendant, with 'the'
Daring 1960's Ralph Ginzburg magazine
Dodgers' field, once
Female fox
Fish eaten whole
German valley
It comes to mind
Juicy fruit
Lightning bolts, in Germany
Like some ground
Lincoln and Ford
Mincemeat ingredient
Musk or must
One on the go
One who waits in ambush
Opposite of neat
Owner of eight other answers in this puzzle
Photocopy precursor
Prefix with meter
Razor-billed ___
Reindeer group
Reindeer team, counting Rudolph
Religious image: Var.
Rudolph's beacon
School attended by Ian Fleming
Several czars
Sirens, e.g.
Slip into
Sound gravelly
Stopping-off place
Street crossing Hollywood

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