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It's a wrap crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 24th, 2018 other clues
'That's ridiculous!'
Like EE vis-à-vis E
Suffers humiliation
Number below #
Digs in the snow?
Member of a crossword aviary?
On the wrong side (of)
Dora the Explorer, e.g.: Abbr
'Things get ugly'
Title for a fox
One way to lose your balance?
Drink flavorer
Trio of mummies
One way to stand
Drink that competes with Monster
U.S. financial giant, for short
2010s dance craze
Part of YOLO
E-4 and E-5, but not E-3
Abbr. on a food wrapper
Philosopher who said 'What does not kill me makes me stronger'
First name in fragrance
What's done up in an updo
Actor who said 'It takes a smart guy to play dumb'
Four-time Emmy-winning drama
___ big
Ancestor of a cell
Fred Astaire, at times
Quinn of CBS's 'Elementary'
___ J, singer with the 2014 hit 'Bang Bang'
Angel's antithesis
Good name for someone tracing family history?
Radio freq. unit
Bad record
He hit his 600th home run in 2007
___ Tatin (upside-down pastry)
Sign of a sensation
Big name in jam
Home of the largest grain elevator in the world: Abbr
Singer Perry
Big name in shipping
How some bonds are sold
Sound of a sock
'I'm exhausted!'
Blows away
Spark provider
Capitol vehicle
It's not backed up
Classic Dr. Seuss title
Japanese room divider
Stanford rival, informally
Not just down
Cool ___
K'ung Fu-___ (Confucius)
Starter at un restaurant
Cry for attention, maybe
Straw mat
'Dora the Explorer' catchphrase
'Ville-d'Avray' painter

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