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New York Times crossword of November 22nd, 2017 other clues
Subj. for Bill Nye
Change for the better
Notre Dame setting
How most movies are released after theatrical runs
'Pencils down!'
Tear apart
Novelist Charles with an appropriate surname
Chess-playing movie villain
American of Japanese origin
Huge amounts
Affluent Connecticut town
Theaters of antiquity
Choir part
One waiting at the airport?
In a short while
U.N.'s location in Manhattan
Part of the brainstem
Country hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics
Interstate 5's locale
Aid in mischief
Volunteer's phrase
Pea with a thick, rounded pod
Iowa's largest export
___ Way (Roman road)
Anarchist's aversion
What Friday has, unlike any other day?
Pinot ___
Kind of engineer: Abbr
Area of longtime contention
Years on the Yucatán
Plenty, once
Certain tow job
Language group of central Africa
Dividing line
As dumb as ___ of rocks
Young muchacho
Popular outdoor clothing brand, with 'The'
Largest known asteroid
Bon mot
Prefix with party or venous
Eponymous Dr. Alzheimer
Queen in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
Eurus, in Greek mythology
Like Christmas sweaters, stereotypically
Bringing up the rear
Food restriction before and after surgery, maybe
Like Edward Lear's Owl and Pussycat
Resident of China or Japan, but not India or Iran
Stretchy sportswear material
Burglary, in police shorthand
Fraternity 'T'
Listless feeling
Calf-length pants style
Giving over
Make fun of
Ruler over Valhalla
Candlemaking supply
Mandatory: Abbr
1986 rock autobiography
Scrabble 1-pointer (but a Words With Friends 2-pointer)
Capable of being touched
Minnesota N.H.L. team from 1967 to 1993
Hand or foot
Send off, as an online order
Network with news at the top of each hour
Sine's reciprocal, in trig
New York's ___ Field
Home to Santa's workshop

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