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|New York Times crossword of November 15th, 2004 other clues|
|'___ Doone' (romance)|
|'___ help you?'|
|Agcy. that promotes fair competition|
|Burn without a flame|
|Gentle ___ lamb|
|It's on the tip of one's finger|
|Jane Austen heroine|
|Letters on a toothpaste tube|
|Lion, by tradition|
|List of candidates|
|Losing tic-tac-toe line|
|Neighbor of Syr.|
|New Jersey hoopsters|
|Nitrous ___ (laughing gas)|
|Not quite all|
|One with an amorous eye|
|Opposite of chaos|
|Popeye's Olive ___|
|Put on board|
|Run for the ___ (Kentucky Derby)|
|Second letter after epsilon|
|Seller of his birthright, in Gen. 25|
|Sign of approval|
|Start of a nursery rhyme|
|What a worker earns|
|Winning smile, they say|
|Yo-yo or Gobot|
|___ de Mayo (Mexican holiday)|
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