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New York Times crossword of November 18th, 2018 other clues
'Come again?'
'Darling, won't you ___ my worried mind' ('Layla' lyric)
'Fancy that!'
'For heaven ___'
'Get ___!'
'It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is ___': Churchill
'The Simpsons' bar
'Wouldn't that be nice!'
A pillar of Islam
Alternatives to gelcaps
Animal used to guard sheep and goats
Appurtenance for a cartoon Neanderthal
Asian fruits used in Western alternative medicine
Backgrounds in theater
Baking soda has many of these
Baseball stats sometimes called 39-Down
Berry with two diacritics in its name
Bird on Walden Pond in 'Walden'
Blue shade
Boxing venue
Branch of Islam
Burns writing
Can-can dancing?
Charged up
Clay and oil, for artists
Collection of Yule-centric posts?
Confucian philosopher ___ Hsi
Costa Rican president who won the 1987 Nobel Peace Prize
Cry after 'Company'
Danny Ocean's ex-wife in 'Ocean's Eleven'
Deaden acoustically
Delmonico steak cuts
Div. for the Red 106-Down
Document listing technical specifications
Dorm overseers, for short
Down-on-their-luck sorts
Elevators in an office building?
Emails such as 'Click this link to become an Apollo astronaut'?
Era of ignorance
Erie Canal city
Festoons with Charmin, for short
Flora and fauna
Formula for slope in math
Hightail it, saltily
Hit just beyond the infield
Hit the hide off the baseball
Holiday glitter
Houston squad, casually
Jewish mourning period
Joe of 'GoodFellas'
Kingdom in 'The Prisoner of Zenda'
Late-morning meal for a TV family?
Laura of 'Big Little Lies'
Like services covered by a health insurer
Like the number i, mathematically
Link with
Mannheim mister
Mississippi River bottom feeder
More sensible
Much Top 40 music now
Nagy of Hungarian history
Neural junction
Neutral shades
Non-___ (food label)
Norwegian king near the end of the first millennium
Not catch
Numerical prefix
Ocean froth
One caught by a 12-Down
One is roughly the mass of a speck of dust
One way to buy mustard cheaply?
Orfeo in Gluck's 'Orfeo ed Euridice,' e.g
Parisian waters
People like you
Peter's chief of staff on 'The Good Wife'
Piedmont wine town
Plaster for painting
Prefix with puncture
Really trendy
S.A.S.E., e.g.: Abbr
Satchel for a homicide detective?
School extension?
Seawater compound
Secures with a band
See 5-Down
See to it
Seizure cause
Semiliquid stuff
So-so filler?
Some ways on Waze: Abbr
Something found at the top of many a Google search page
Spanish crockery
Split personality?
Sports event with two diacritics in its name
Strong bond
Stuffed ___
Swiss canton that was home to William Tell
Tempur-Pedic rival
They require stitches
TV network with a science-y name
Unseasonal wear on a winter vacation?
Utensil for eating some cured meat?
Variety of stud poker, familiarly
Western powwow held every year or so
What the rotator cuff rotates
When a happy hour might start
Who wrote 'In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king'
Wooded valley
Word from the Latin for 'noose'
Zoom, e.g
___ Spiegel, co-founder of Snapchat

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