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New York Times crossword of November 4th, 2008 other clues
Hangmen's needs
High, in a way
I.R.S. workers
Inaugural ball holder
Iowa college town
It involves reading letters out loud
It went up in the 1960s
Italian battery pioneer
Japanese moolah
Jr.'s jr.
Kennedy-era launch
Leaves early, as an office
Like William Howard Taft
Long-legged shorebird
Most likely to raise eyebrows
Mrs. Perón
Musicians John and Christine
New York lake
Nondairy milk source
Not recognizable by
Not yet having gone before an M.P.A.A. board
President pro ___
Religious recluse
Researcher's wear
Ribicoff and Lincoln, familiarly
Samson's undoer
Sen. Kennedy
Short, as an article
Sights at polling places
Singer Mann
Summer drinks
Takes too much, briefly
The Blue Jays, on scoreboards
Water pump turner
What many Americans will do on 17-Across (as hinted at by highlighting all the V's in this puzzle's answer)
Where the 'Mona Lisa' hangs
Wilderness home
___ Baba
___ cava
___ the aisle (bipartisanly)
'Would ___?'
'Attack, Rex!'
'Holding Out for ___' (1984 Bonnie Tyler hit)
'Mom' in a heart, maybe, for short
'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' spinoff
'View of Toledo' painter
'___ Stop' (Bill Clinton theme song)
35 is the minimum one to be U.S. president
7/4/1776, for one
Actor Rob who played a presidential aide on 'The West Wing'
Actress Polo who played a presidential candidate's wife on 'The West Wing'
Article of food
Baby buggy?
Barn topper
Beatles drummer
Beethoven dedicatee
Cause for celebration: Abbr.
Cereal bit
Co. captain?
Deprive, as through a loss
Dropped a size
Early November occasion in the U.S.
Ginger ___

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