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Get-two-out situations: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 30th, 2003 other clues
'Damn Yankees' vamp
'Golf Begins at Forty' author
'It's absolutely terrific!'
'Let's go, amigo!'
'The Chinese Parrot' hero
'The Professor and the Madman' subj.
8th-century B.C. preacher
Act like a hen after grain is thrown on the ground?
Actor Jacobi, star of 'I, Claudius'
Actress Langtry
Biblical book I or II
Big bag
Blow the top off?
Bubble to the surface
Certain corp. takeover
Certain lesson
Challenger to D.D.E.
Christmas debris
Classic yo-yo maker
Competition between henhouses?
Cups, at times
Dangerous place
Darer's question
Depth checker
Dik Browne cartoon girl
Dimethyl sulfate, for one
Done for
Fashion initials
Field of energy
Fig. at a body shop
Film genre
Forum 300
Full of: Suffix
Glazier's fitting
Gradually 29-Down, as new ingredients
Green-skinned dancer in 'Star Wars'
Hacienda hand, maybe
Hair color
Hardly bold
Have a table for one
Home of Pauley Pavilion: Abbr.
Hook hand
Hurry in the direction of
Impolite dinner sound
Impress, as in memory
In a while
It's easy to swallow
Johnny Cash's '___ the Line'
Joke going around the henhouse?
Jungle family
Kwik-E-Mart employee on 'The Simpsons'
Last Chance Gulch city
Layers underground
Lena of 'Chocolat'
Light eater at the henhouse?
Like a yahoo
Make just right
Mediterranean capital
Midwest tribe
Mom in 'For Better or for Worse'
Movie genre
Not bad
Nutty treat
Opening word?
Pay a stud fee?
Phil Rizzuto's retired number
Pilot's domain
Plucking ground, to a hen?
Prized salmon
Put it to
Qatar's capital
R.N.'s colleague
Reno in Miami
Riga resident
Scores by a henhouse newcomer?
See 74-Across
Shampoo brand
Should it be required, after 'if'
Show of henhouse power?
Size up
Sloth, e.g.
Slows down
Some movers
Sound the fox-in-the-henhouse alarm?
Speaker arrangements
Step on it
Straighten, as braided hair
Streep's '___ in the Dark'
Subjects of fed. election regulations
Subway alternatives
Teen's wish
The 'I' of I. M. Pei
The Amazing ___ (magician)
Thérèse and others: Abbr.
Thick and sticky
Things tunnelers look for
Toothy menace
Tough effort in golf
Trees reveal them
U.S. 101, e.g.: Abbr.
U.S.S.R. state: Abbr.
W.W. II war zone: Abbr.
Warning cry
Webster's first river
Wens and such
Went (with)
Went on and on and ...
When said three times, a crew member's fraternity?
Word said before looking up
Zenith rival
___ his word
___ Kinte of 'Roots'

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