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New York Times crossword of November 24th, 1999 other clues
'East of Eden' brother
'How Can ___ Sure' (1967 hit)
'It must be him, ___ shall die'
'Of ___ I Sing'
'___ Marlene' (1944 song)
'___ on your life!'
55 minutes past the hour
A Stooge
Actress Tyne
Air force heroes
Betty of cartoons
Big Blue
Big TV maker
Blood component
Camping grp.
Candle's light
Carefree
Cast wearer's frustration
Center of a ball?
Classic cookie
Counterpart of substance
Croquet site
Cross of a male horse and a female donkey
Deep down
Diane of 'Annie Hall'
Dutch cheese
Early
Elmer Fudd song rendition
Fence sitter
Fix up
Garish
Geneva's ___ Leman
Go bad
Gomer Pyle's grp.
Gung-ho
Had a big mouth
Hit the brakes
Hot
Inventor of the Cube
It's used to walk the dog
Leafy shelter
Like a baby in a highchair
Lingerie item
Locales
Mideast port
Monk's hood
More than sarcastic
Most of the Arctic Ocean
No-no
No. 35 on the periodic table
Not go the direct route
Opposite of an ans.
Oscar night rental
Othello's betrayer
Oui's opposite
Place for a five and ten?
Plug along
Pub pint
Purchase for a 1950's home
Put away
Raising hell
Run into
See 17-Across
Self-image
Shakespearean city
Skiers' destination, with 'the'
Slugger Sammy
Smoking and others
Stir up
Suffix with sulf-
Surfaced, as roads
Symbol of a lingering scandal
Thin, as sound
Two or more eras
Under way
Weed killer
With 58-Across, a famous Elmer Fuddism

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