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New York Times crossword of November 7th, 2004 other clues
Ran in the rain
Red Cross course, for short
Skiing documentaries?
Skye neighbor
Small fry
Some beans
Soviet Physics Nobelist ___ Tamm
Spelling of Hollywood
Spread managers
Starchy fixin's
Start fresh
Stout sites
Studio feed
Talk a blue streak?
Tea biscuit
The Panthers of the Big East
They ripple on bodybuilders
Tools of the Seven Dwarfs
Town on the Humboldt River
Typesetters' needs: Abbr.
Undergrad degs.
Upper limit
Vast amount
Walkers on hot coals
Where squabbling neighbors live?
White wine apéritifs
Year the emperor Frederick II died
___ lab
'___ pasa?'
'As if!'
'For want of ___ ...'
'Little Shop of Horrors' girl
'___ pray'
1-Down, e.g.
1930's Brazilian import
1930's-60's power couple
1970's fad participant
Abject failure
Actress Thurman
Akin to
Apt. units
Artist from Barcelona
Asian ending for 'land'
Atoll with no electric lights?
Bawl out in no uncertain terms
Begin, as winter
Bits of energy
Blab freely
Cattle prod?
Checks the growth of
Chutney fruit
City named for an Indian chief
Clark's companion
Claude who starred in TV's 'Lobo'
Cliff climber's tool
Clock's slowing down?
Complaint that one didn't get enough presents?
Contest with many traps
Copy illegally
Corrosion-resistant metal
Couple abroad
Decoration from Eliz. II
Dies ___
Do, say
Kipling pack leader
Large amount of money
Large bills, informally
Large place where elks gather?
Legal thing
Major nickel exporter
Malarial episodes
Marcher's woe
Mason's request?
Milk: Prefix
Muscat native
Muskogee tribe
N.L. or A.L. team
Name meaning 'she-bear'
Nest builder
No. cruncher
Not easygoing
Nuclear measure
Numerical prefix
Off the wind
One that's similar
Parseghian of Notre Dame
Part of R.I.P.
Partner, with 'the'
Personal interview
Prefix with China
Prefix with linguistics
Prefix with metrics
Primatologist's study
Public rap
Drink suffix
Driving aid
Dryly said
Edwards, for one
Encouraging words
Everyone in Dixie
Fairy tale start
Fashionable dress
Film composer Schifrin
First mate
For ___ an emergency
Former White House adviser Scowcroft
French companion
Genetically improved grain?
God attended by two ravens
Greek portico
Hallmark card text, often
Heir, usually: Abbr.
Hendrix of 60's music
Hole puncher
Hoover rival
Housed, as a student
However, briefly
I.Q. tester Alfred
Impertinent types
In a stack
Japanese porcelain
Jet enhancer

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