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New York Times crossword of November 2nd, 2004 other clues
Chemist Pasteur
Cinderella's accompaniers to the ball
Clay, after 1964
Complain
Dalmatian features
Datebook entry: Abbr.
Deplete
Desperate final effort
Detective's discovery
E.R. personnel
Enlarge, as one's lead
Explode
Fathered
Flying irritant
Furious
Gangster's blade
Gibbon or orangutan
Grand ___ Opry
Greet, as a new year
Half of a 1960's pop quartet
Harbor craft
Have a bite
Having time on one's hands
Hotelier Helmsley
Inaugural balls
Islands welcome
It's often shared in theaters
Kind of den
Last herb in a Simon & Garfunkel title
LAX listings: Abbr.
Loll in a tub
Long fish
Marc Antony's love, for short
Mexican restaurant bowlful
Notable times
Obsolescent election item
Perennial battleground state
Place for a bagel and a schmear
Plastic ___ Band
Pleasingly drawn
Potential problem with 7-Down
Prefix with -batic
Priestly garb
Retired Atl. fliers
Rousseau or Matisse
Rube
Runners
Rustic ... and proud of it
Scene-ending cry
Scoreboard nos.
Short stories they're not
Skewered food
State bird of Hawaii
Tuscan home of St. Catherine
Under the covers
Volunteer's statement
Where elections are decided
Wildebeest
Wriggly biters
Yellow shade
Zoo baby
___ Gabriel
'___ la Douce'
A Kennedy
Alum
Bath water tester
Area at a river's mouth
Bank statement no.
Beginning of many ship names
Binge
Bobby of hockey
Booth, e.g.
Braid of hair
Brief news report
Cattle breed
Caveat emptor phrase
Château ___-Brion wine

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