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New York Times crossword of November 26th, 1997 other clues
Acctg. principle
'Now you see it, now you don't!'
'Pagliacci' baritone
'Waiting for Lefty' playwright
'Winnie-the-Pooh' baby
58-Across ingredient
Alphabetic sequence
Art patron ___ Kahn
Austen heroine
Bacteria-inhibiting drug
Big Apple museum, for short, with 'the'
Call from the minaret
Carson's predecessor at NBC
Cause of an 1839-42 war
Certain insurers
Che, formally
Collect, as volunteers
Combo bet at Belmont
Comic screech
Cotton down
Demographer's region
Extra added detraction?
Feminist Germaine
French nobleman
Giggler of Sesame Street
Gives over
Time for the werewolf alert
Vice ___
Well-informed about
Witches' brews
Working again
Yukon home
___ chi ch'uan
Logo at Arthur Ashe Stadium
Like first-place medals in Grenoble
Kiwi's extinct cousin
Good engine sounds
H.S. math
Hawley's tariff act co-sponsor
Iranian V.I.P.'s
Irish name part
Jai ___
Japanese soup
Make a mistake
Mauna ___
Name on over 75 whodunits
Nurmi, the Flying Finn
Out on ___
Paris attraction
Peanut butter choice
Pleasantly drunk, so to speak
Poet dramatized by Goethe
Police cry
Prize of the Nibelung
Run ___ of (violate)
Santa Fe Trail stop
Simile's center
Single-named supermodel
Sound at the movies
Sunrise to sunset to sunrise, e.g.
Telephone button
Junk E-mail

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