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New York Times crossword of November 4th, 2007 other clues
'A Sentimental Journey' author
'Anne of Green Gables' setting
'Hollywood Squares' line
'Sweet ___' (1937 Oscar song)
'The Perfect Fool' composer
'You're gonna pay!'
Ample, to Li'l Abner
Anise-flavored apéritif popular in Turkey and the Balkans
Annual literary prize since 1946
Asian honorific
At birth
Bar code?
Batgirl and Wonder Woman
Bath suds
Berenstain of kid-lit's Berenstain Bears
Best Picture of 1954
Biblical name meaning 'laughter'
Block buster?
Boise-to-Billings dir.
Brandy + orange liqueur + lemon juice
Bride in 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding'
Brit, to an Aussie
British hood
Broadcast with Baba Booey, with 'The'
Buck topper
Carol ending?
Casual denials
Champagne department
City near Carson National Forest
Civic center?
Colt .45s, today
Common baseball count
Copy righter?
Cousin of 'uh-oh'
Deli slice
Disraeli and Churchill
Doll in 'A Doll's House'
Doughboy's topper
Eve's follower
Ex follower
Fancy salad ingredient
First name in chillers
Fix firmly
For the second time
Four-time Indy winner
French 'White House'
French mime
Full speed ahead
Gives religiously?
Go off
Gut feeling
Half-Betazoid on 'Star Trek: T.N.G.'
Have because of
High-end version of a product
In addition to
In film, gradual appearance of an image through an expanding circle
Iron pumper's target
It's all you have to do sometimes
It's done
It's spotted on a ranch
Jazz (up)
Key of cartooning
Kona keepsake
L.A. summer setting
Looked for
Lose liquidity
Lovers' plight
Master of the double take?
Misses, e.g.
Moviedom's Massey
Neighbor of Greece: abbr.
Not turned up
Nursery nappy
Oh of Cologne
Olympic troublemaker
One of the Brothers Karamazov
One on a quest
One whose business is taking off?
Oscar winner as Mr. Chips
Out of the country
Oxford pad
Physique, slangily
Receiver of a brush-off?
Ring Lardner title character
Ring regulator: Abbr.
Role for Alec Guinness and Ewan McGregor
Row between houses?
Salyut 7's successor
Santa's landing site
Showy climber
Sign inside a restaurant
Singer with the 1996 #1 hit 'You're Makin' Me High'
Six-pointer, perhaps
Slice of history
Soft shots
Sometimes called
Starting pay?
State secrets
Subject of Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution
Summer topper
Symbol of strength
Symbols of strength
Tan shades
To have and to hold
Took one's first steps
Topping made with pine nuts
Transcontinental bridge, e.g.: Abbr.
Tuscan treat
Voltaire's religious view
What 'syne' means
When repeated twice, et cetera
Where to find the Windward and Leeward Islands
With Altair and Vega, it forms the Summer Triangle

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