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New York Times crossword of November 29th, 2006 other clues
Be on the mend
Biology class abbr.
Bowlegged comic of classic films
Canadian Thanksgiving mo.
Caron of 'An American in Paris'
Classified ___
Classroom missile
Composer Rorem and others
Convenient kind of shopping
Cooking pots
Creepy motel of filmdom
Cut (off)
Depress, with 'out'
Diamond figures
Gas stove light
Gives a hoot
Gray wolf
Height: Prefix
Indiana Jones's entourage
Knitter's stitch
Lie around
Little kangas
Matthew of 'Full Metal Jacket'
Merciless 'M*A*S*H' medic, with 19-Across?
Mil. installations
Mom's mate
Mork's planet
Not agin
Not budging
Not speak clearly
One who knows the score?
Orthodontist's deg.
Ostrich cousins
Pallid pirate, with 32-Down?
Part of a U.R.L.
Petty creature of the Rockies, with 56-Across?
Pigged out
Prefix with magnetic
Prince's school
Protestant denom.
Ran sandpaper over
Sandwich from the oven
See 27-Down
See 3-Down
See 5-Down
Some cartridges
Study (up on)
Suffix with west
Talk with an Irish brogue, e.g.
They're burned on purpose
To the extent that, with 'as'
Unwanted mail
Walks the beat
What a famous woman may play in a movie
Whitney who invented the cotton gin
Wide's partner
Wrap up
'We ___ the World'
'Dynasty' airer
'Isn't that obvious?!'
'___ little teapot ...'
0-star movie
Abbr. after many a general's name
Architect Saarinen
At any time
Bamboo muncher

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