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New York Times crossword of November 22nd, 2011 other clues
Foot of verse
'___, though I walk ...'
1998 Spike Lee joint
Add one's voice to others
Agreement with the captain
Ancient Chinese divination book
Baby naming, e.g
Backs up another time, as computer data
Basketball's Alcindor
Caustic substance
Circular gasket
Covered with suds
David who sang 'Let's Dance'
Dirt spreader
Drinks for Chaucer's Miller
Either 'Paper Moon' co-star
Election Day no
Exact look-alike
Exact look-alike
Fayetteville campus, briefly
Files a complaint, say
Flavor enhancer
Foaming at the mouth
Four- or five-star officer
Frat. counterpart
Give a hand
Intro to many an adage
Involuntary jerks
Kind of duty or center
Like Enya's music
Line to Penn Sta
Obi-Wan ___
One called 'hizzoner'
One of 12 in the New Testament
Opposite of alta
Painter's deg
Part of N.Y.S.E
Piece played by a pair
Pig's place
Popular daytime talk show
Salon sound
Sandwich shop staple, in brief
Scolding word to a dog
Shout upon reaching a destination
Side jobs for actors
Singer with a negative-sounding name
Size up
Some jazz
South African money
Sticker inits
'Just my luck'
Suffix with brom-
Switz. neighbor
Taking potshots (at)
'Can't help ya!'
'Dancing With the Stars' airer
Trojan's sch
'Don't gimme no ___!'
'Duck, duck' follower
Vote in
When doubled, displaying affection, informally
'J. ___,' 2011 film
Where eagles dare?
'The King and I' actress
Whittles (down)
'Well, look who's back!'
Wicked women
'Wouldn't that be nice'
Dusty room, often

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