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New York Times crossword of November 28th, 2017 other clues
'Ad ___ per aspera' (motto of Kansas)
'Come to ___!' (gambler's cry)
'No shoes, no shirt, no service,' e.g
'O Sole ___'
112.5° on a compass: Abbr
Actor Driver of 'The Force Awakens'
Actress Taylor of 'Mystic Pizza'
Appropriate for all audiences, as humor
Begin, as a task
Beginning point for a first flight
Blow on a horn
Charley ___
City that's home to the Viking Ship Museum
Coat for a cat
Congressional worker
Cosa ___
Costume that might involve two people
Crowd chant to an award honoree
Dell competitor
Div. that manager Bobby Cox won every year from 1995 to 2005
Establishment with a brunch rush, maybe
Fish eggs
Former F.B.I. director James
Fort ___, N.J
German state or novelist
Having your first shave or buying your first bra, e.g
Kind of motel
Kind of pork on a Chinese menu
Kunis of 'Friends With Benefits'
Lawn mower brand
Light purple
List-ending abbr
Lovers running to each other may be shown in it
Magazine unit: Abbr
Molded jelly
Morning TV co-host
Mosque V.I.P.s
Music conglomerate that broke up in 2012
Neighbor of an Estonian
Odorous Le Pew
Often-forbidden maneuver ... as hinted at four times in this puzzle
On fire
One high up on the corporate ladder, informally
Opposite of set
Paid part of a magazine
Piano teacher's assignment
Pipe problem
Pitch a tent
Receptacle carried from a crime scene
Refinery waste
River to the Caspian
Root for
Running out
Sand, in golf
Shakespearean king
Singer of the 2012 #1 hit 'Somebody That I Used to Know'
Some military hospitals, for short
Spirited steed
Stick in a lake?
Substance that decreases purity
The Silk Road and others
Tidbit at a Spanish bar
Title for Tussaud
To the ___ (one way to dress)
Tums target
Wallace's partner, in claymation
Way to get from Gare du Nord to Gare de Lyon
Website links, for short
___ smasher

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