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|New York Times crossword of November 26th, 2003 other clues|
|'This means trouble!'|
|Band rehearsal spot|
|Big Red opponent|
|Bread and butter, so to speak|
|British car, for short|
|Clue hunter, informally|
|Gen. Robt. ___|
|Gully that's usually dry|
|Holland's Zuyder ___|
|It may be evil|
|Mob some second-stringers?|
|Not the most direct routes from point to point|
|One next to a bishop|
|Plain as day|
|Range units: Abbr.|
|Rattle, of a sort|
|Reid of 'American Pie'|
|Some are one-eyed|
|Something terrific, with 'the'|
|Soup with sushi|
|Sprinkle with oil|
|Succumb to stress|
|Took pictures for a candy ad?|
|What 'bi-' means|
|What rings may signify|
|Where parents pull over to yell at their kids?|
|___ Sarto (Italian painter)|
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