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New York Times crossword of November 28th, 1999 other clues
'America' pronoun
'Home to Harlem' novelist Claude
'The Loco-Motion' singer Little ___
'Waiting for the Robert ___'
1951 N.L. Rookie of the Year
1969 Series winners
1996 Madonna musical
A fleur
Abbr. in ages
Ace, maybe
Actress Kelly of 'Chaplin'
Ancient galley
Applied well, as sunscreen
Arab League member
Are all wet
Bar food
Bargain hunters look for them
Bas-relief medium
Becomes less high, with 'up'
Big number, slangily
Big South Conference college
Brown of Talk magazine
Bull's head?
Cal. page header
Capital of Moravia
Capt.'s aide
Clayey deposit
Congers and kin
Conical-toothed tool
Corrupt practices
Cricket teams, e.g.
Daewoo competitor
Did some shaving
Director Jean-___ Godard
Done, for Donne
Drone, e.g.
Early American colony
Embedded, in a way
Emulates Rembrandt
End of the verse
Entreaty for Rover
Fraction of a joule
French cathedral city
Funnies format feature
Great Lakes fish
Grow grinders
Grp. that sang 'Do Ya'
Gun wielder, say
Hall-of-Fame pitcher Keefe
Happy-go-lucky song part
He played Yuri in 'Doctor Zhivago'
Hula dancers
Island north of Montecristo
It moves in a wink
Kind of D.A.
King Mongkut's realm
Lake of Four Forest Cantons
Lets up
Like some sculptures
Long-jawed fish
Málaga Mrs.
Medium for announcements
Metal marble
Morse code click
Mort from Montreal
Most reliable
Musician Brian
Nancy, the first woman in Parliament
Nero's title: Abbr.
Noted Turner
Old verb ending
Parents, e.g.
Personal account
Pivot around
Place to hibernate
Portmanteau pollution mixture
Prefix with phobia
Prego rival
Roast host
Rosé alternative
Rossini setting, in España
Rushed at
Salon creation
Sch. founded by Thomas Jefferson
SEATO part
Sharp quality
Shine, in commercial names
Shorthand system inventor
Smooth, in a way
Special person
Sphygmomanometer's place
Spring cheepers
Start of a recipe direction
Start of a verse
Sticky stuff
Stocking shade
Suffix with tyranno-
Table with a map
Take off the top
Telephone part
The Haggadah's read here
They may compete with boxers
Treat for Rover
Unbranched flower cluster
Verse, part 2
Verse, part 3
Verse, part 4
Verse, part 5
Verse, part 6
Verse, part 7
W.W. II action locale
Was a bellwether
Way out
Where matches are booked
Where one might take off on a vacation?
___ fides (bad faith)

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