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New York Times crossword of November 15th, 2015 other clues
'Did you mean Doom or Dolittle?'?
'Argo' setting
Company that encourages people to lie?
Coolness, in modern slang
Cousin of a tendril
Crows' cries
Declaration on Día de San Valentín
Decorative moldings
Dis but not dat?
Dots in la mer
Dudley Do-Right's love
E.U. member not in NATO: Abbr
East German secret police
Edit some film
Elite groups
Formal identification
Get cozy
Glimpse on the sly
Hot Wheels maker
Inverse trig function
Iowa State locale
Is sick
It may lead to an unearned run
Japanese porcelain
Jefferson's religious belief
John ___, 'The House of Blue Leaves' playwright
Kigali native
Kind of number
Klingon on 'Star Trek: T.N.G.'
Lay bare
Like measuring cups, often
Like some jeans and apartment buildings
Lisa, to Patty and Selma, on 'The Simpsons'
Literary inits
Locale of the Battle of Tippecanoe
Made an effort
Make out
Making a complaint at a restaurant?
Man's name that's Hebrew for 'my God'
Mardi Gras time
Margaret who founded Planned Parenthood
Mathematician who was the subject of the book 'The Man Who Loved Only Numbers'
Mob Boss Hall of Fame?
Moseys along
Munitions suppliers
Nuevo ___, state in Mexico
Nurses at a bar
Nutritional fig
One carrying a spiked club, maybe
One in line to rule the ocean?
One with brand loyalty?
One with monthly payments
One-___ (old ball game)
Onetime place for Saddam Hussein's image
Part of a winter stash
PBS station in the Big Apple
Peter who directed 'Picnic at Hanging Rock'
Precedes at a concert
Punk offshoot
Put back on the payroll
Roger who wrote 'The Boys of Summer'
Roller coaster shout from Queen Elizabeth?
Runs the show, briefly
Sad sack
School for James Bond
Sci-fi/historical fiction writer Stephenson
Screen abbr
Shakespeare's Claudius and others
Show some dumbfoundedness about
Skater Midori
Snowbird's destination
Some letter enclosures, for short
Some salad greens
Spillane's '___ Jury'
Sprinkling on a deviled egg
Start of the Bay State's motto
Stick-in-the-mud types
Things found between the poles?
Toni Morrison novel
Tools for cobblers
Traps in a net
Trigger autocorrect, say
Wisk competitor
Without doubt
Worker hardly making a living wage
You may want to stop reading when you see this
___ Maar (Picasso's muse)
___ Ration (old dog food brand)
___ Trail (Everglades highway)
'Fargo' assent
'Gee,' in Glasgow
'Mad Men' extras
'Meet the Press' competitor
'Oh ... my ... God!'
'Prove it!'
'So You Think You Can Dance,' say?
'That milky liquid belongs to me!'?
1970 hit with the lyric 'I'm down on my knees, / I'm begging you please to come home'
A mean Amin
A or B, but not O
Actor Hirsch of 'Into the Wild'
Actress Streep
Add one's two cents
Animals at a football game
Answer with a salute
Antique photo
Antithesis of brashness
AOL competitor
Baseball or Supreme Court lineups
Battlefield cry
Beat to the finish
Bono bandmate
Book before Esth
Books often not read
Brian who wrote the score for 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'
Calrissian of 'Star Wars' films
Calvary inscription
Case for a lawyer
Cataleptic state
Cattle calls
Chorus line leader?
Closed tight

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