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New York Times crossword of November 15th, 2003 other clues
'Boy, do I ___!'
'Holy moly!'
'Lion of the Desert' role
'Never Wave at a ___' (1952 film comedy)
'Sounds good to me!'
1954 Akira Kurosawa classic
1997 U.S. Open winner
Bad company?
Become the focus
Boastful wannabe
Butterfly whose larvae feed on nettles
Calendario parts
Certain electrode
Common flag symbol
Conquistador's locale
Cotton Club notable
Diminutive Bud Fisher cartoon character
Early 19th-century invention named after a Scottish engineer
Egypt's Lake ___
Evolutionary shifts
Farm structures
Fort ___, Ont.
Having an extended opening?
Hebrew name meaning 'sweetness'
Hotel room furniture
Inexplicable impulses
Its logo is a rearing horse
Like William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy
Mag. subscription units
Make one
Mental pictures
Neuwirth who won a Tony for 'Chicago'
Noted Chopin compositions
Noted Davis
Nothing special paywise
Novelist Canin
Occupation involving many workers
One up at all hours?
Paul Valéry's 'La soirée ___ M. Teste'
Plymouth Reliant, for one
Plymouth-to-London dir.
Popular baked confection that originated in Chattanooga
Puts out, say
Ready to go back
River of Hades
Rock with bands
Some home-brew
Stage persona
Sunburn sites
Sylvia of jazz
The Navigator Islands, today
Vision expert
___ orange

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