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New York Times crossword of November 6th, 1997 other clues
Loss of footing for a jockey?
Montreal club
More adept
Nasty sort
Nighttime jockey's gear?
Nose (out)
Off one's rocker
Polite refusal, slangily
Postgame activity
Prizes for a winning jockey?
Promgoers: Abbr.
Pub potables
Put one past
Red Cross workers, briefly
Rocks ahead
Rushlike plants
Rye, e.g.: Abbr.
Saudi or Iraqi
Sermon subjects
Shook hands (on)
Sleep spoiler
Speech enliveners
Spot in the Senate
Suffix with boy or girl
Top of the heap
Trophy locale
'___ Smile' (1976 hit)
Board member, for short
'Constant Craving' singer, 1992
'The People's Court' judge, now
'Whatever will I do?'
A, B or C
As ___ (usually)
Author Rona
Bantu tribesman
Be hopping mad
Bedevils, in a way
C&W's McEntire
Catherine, for one
Col. Sanders's place
College in Lewiston, Me.
Completely sold on
Ex-Green Beret of film
Fab Four name
Gives notice
He ran against Taylor, 1848
Hits with a stun gun
Ike's ex
Indiana's state flower
It's true
Its motto is 'Industry'
Its symbol is two horns
José's hurrays
Kind of eclipse
Lively dance
Turns a maxi into a midi
Vintage cars
What a champion jockey holds?
Wind, so to speak
Words before 'about' and 'at 'em'
___ dixit

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