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New York Times crossword of November 28th, 2004 other clues
Dublin hangouts
Exodus figure
Fab Four film
Family-friendly ratings
Fat substitute
Fifth of a scale
Flatten, in Falmouth
Fragrant hair ointment
Fraternity letter
French fire
Fries or slaw
Fundamental physics particle
Go after
Holder of an insect's DNA?
Italian noble family name
Kind of garage
Kooky Kovacs
Latin 101 verb
Leave off
Leaves after a meal?
Leftovers for Fido
Linda in 1990's news
Longtime Dolphins coach
Make-up person?
Many a vacationer's need
Mattress filler
Natl. Grapefruit Mo.
Neither fem. nor neut.
Neurology, oncology, cardiology, etc.
New newts
Not likely to pose nude
Not waver from
Suburban Philadelphia area
Suffix with expert
Syndicated advice column from a couch potato?
The 'E' of R.E.O. Speedwagon
The 'surf' in some surf 'n' turf dinners
The pucks stop here
They may go for big bucks
Three, to Amati
Two years before Claudius was murdered
Undo a secession
Unit of wisdom?
Violist's clef
Volcanic rock
Western actor William et al.
What the Lincoln Memorial faces
Wide-eyed young 'uns
Woody vines
You can catch them on a beach
___ the Great (boy detective)
___-American relations
'Serpico' author
'Don't bother!'
'How dry ___'
'I'm serious!'
'Now, about ...'
'Oz' network
'So you're the culprit!'
'The Lion in Winter' star, 1968
'The Man Who Mistook His Wife for ___' (Oliver Sacks book)
'___ ain't broke ...'
1983 World Series champs
Actor Vigoda
Adam's first wife, in Jewish folklore
Ann Patchett novel '___ Canto'
Archipelago unit: Abbr.
Arrondissement resident
Article in France-Soir
Attractions at the Thanksgiving parade in old Pennsylvania?
Author Calvino
Background of roses, irises, etc.?
Barrister's deg.
Bazooka part
Big Ten rival: Abbr.
Bruisable things
Bug, to so speak
Building support
But, to Brahms
Cambridge sch.
Captain of 1960's TV
Captain's order
Carrier to Oslo
Chantilly's department
Composer of 'Oedipus Tex' and 'A Little Nightmare Music'
Cousin of reggae
Craven who directed 'Swamp Thing'
Director Wertmuller
Disney or Whitman
Diva Peters
Does greenhouse work
Dr.'s orders
Drawing site
Dress material for a ball
Notes hit by divas
Of the flock
Office manager's oversight of felt-tip pens?
Ones fit for kings and queens?
Ones using 'the facilities'?
Opaque watercolor technique
Opinion piece
Pad ___ (noodle dish)
Parlor transaction
Plane watcher: Abbr.
Poets' feet
Portoferraio is its chief town
Postpaid encl.
Prefix with -pod
Prepares, as a surface for painting
Raison d'___
Recipe amts.
Ref. volumes
Resident: Suffix
Reverse image?
Rinse, as with a solvent
Round stopper, for short
Season, in a way
Seasonal worker
Singer Tucker
Site of King Minos' palace
Skin care item
Snake, by nature
So SoHo
Stew morsel
Stimpy's cartoon pal

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