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|New York Times crossword of November 24th, 2003 other clues|
|'The Divine Comedy' writer|
|Alan of 'M*A*S*H'|
|Be pleasing (to)|
|Black, to poets|
|English TV-radio inits.|
|Frequently, in verse|
|Groups of troublemakers|
|Like a sarong|
|Mary ___ Moore|
|Musical instrument that's blown into|
|Piece of land|
|Polite words at an entrance|
|Popular pain reliever|
|Public speaker's goal|
|Quid pro ___|
|Son on 'Six Feet Under'|
|Stephen of 'The Crying Game'|
|Swear ___ stack of Bibles|
|Take it easy|
|The 'L' of A.F.L.-C.I.O.|
|The ___ Man ('The Wizard of Oz' character)|
|Venus's tennis-playing sister|
|Way out sign|
|What the teeth are connected to|
|When an office worker may have to be back from lunch|
|When repeated, the Road Runner's cry|
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