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'Let me repeat: Forget it!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 29th, 2014 other clues
Boxer who won 1980's Brawl in Montreal
But, in Bonn
Comes clean
Continental Congress delegate from Connecticut
Cry at a revival
Enthusiasm shown during a 2008 race
Fairy tale figure
Fairy tale figures
Food whose name means 'little purée'
Formless life form
Giant with a big trunk
Grammy-nominated Franklin and others
Height of fashion
Historic residential hotel in Manhattan
Hunting party?
Inside opening?
Insomniac's lament
It might give you a headache
It's not to be believed
Kings of León
Less experienced
Less likely to give
Like Italian 'bread,' e.g.: Abbr
Like one of Brunei's two main languages
Likes a lot
Michael who played Worf on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'
Mount, with 'up'
Nickname in the Best Picture of 1969
Noteworthy times
Olympic sport that includes passades and pirouettes
Ones clearing for takeoff?
Onetime host of CBS's 'The Morning Show'
Part of a 14-Down's harness
Payroll dept. info
Portable heater
Principal lieutenant of Hector in the 'Iliad'
Putting away
Quads, e.g
She played Wallis Simpson in 'The King's Speech'
Small unit of atmospheric pressure
Something not found in this puzzle's answer
Spray on a dress
They play hard on Saturday and Sunday
They're 50-50
Tiny amounts
Transition to fatherhood
Wining and dining
You can bet on it
Alternative to quotes: Abbr
'King ___' of old comics
'No ___ think is in my tree' ('Strawberry Fields Forever' lyric)
'Masks Confronting Death' painter, 1888
'___ doing ...'
Be a Debbie Downer
Block from the White House
Bloom in Robert Frost's 'A Late Walk'

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