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New York Times crossword of November 15th, 2004 other clues
Actress Scala
'Platoon' setting
'___ Doone' (romance)
'___ help you?'
Actress Kim
Affirmative votes
Agcy. that promotes fair competition
Athletic shoe
Author Sholem
Baghdad resident
Burn without a flame
Chef's serving
Dictation taker
Dough leavener
Dutch cheese
Farm measures
Fish eggs
Flexible, electrically
Fragrant compound
French clerics
Frozen treats
Gentle ___ lamb
Green gem
Hay bundle
Hidden advantage
Israel's Abba
It's on the tip of one's finger
Jane Austen heroine
Lady's title
Lawyer's charge
Letters on a toothpaste tube
Light sleeper
Lion, by tradition
List of candidates
Loch ___
Losing tic-tac-toe line
Markswoman Annie
Mess up
More achy
Namely: Abbr.
Neighbor of Syr.
Netscape's owner
New Jersey hoopsters
Nitrous ___ (laughing gas)
Not quite all
Not relaxed
One with an amorous eye
Opposite of chaos
Popeye's Olive ___
Psychiatrist, slangily
Put on board
Regular drumming
Run for the ___ (Kentucky Derby)
Run-of-the-mill: Abbr.
Sana'a native
Second letter after epsilon
Seller of his birthright, in Gen. 25
Shade trees
Shingle site
Sign of approval
Singer Horne
Soothing cream
Start of a nursery rhyme
Test mineralogically
Understanding words
What a worker earns
Winning smile, they say
Yo-yo or Gobot
___ de Mayo (Mexican holiday)

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