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New York Times crossword of November 29th, 2009 other clues
'Come on, guys!'
'Don't Be Cruel' vis-à-vis 'Hound Dog'
'Don't fight'
'Jour de Fête' star, director and writer, 1949
'Little Women' woman
'Our ___'
'Tamerlane' dramatist Nicholas
'The Clan of the Cave Bear' author
'The Dark Knight,' for one
49-Across, e.g.
Absolute beauty
Alphabetic trio
Amateur publication, for short
Anger at losing one's flock?
Aquafina competitor
Astronaut's insignia
Babylon's site, today
Bald baby?
Bank statement entry
Baseball G.M. Minaya
Big gulf
Bit of attire for a carriage ride
Bobs and such
Bon mot
Bratislava's river
Bring about
Bring up the rear
Call on a pitch
Carryin' on, in olden times?
Carsick passenger?
Causing uneasiness?
Certain X or O
Chevy model
Clockmaker Thomas
Columbo's employer, for short
Cough cause
Darjeeling, e.g.
Delighted exclamation?
Drawers, e.g.
Easy chair site
Fish-and-chips fish
Florida Keys connector
French mathematician who pioneered in the theory of probability
Gambling game enjoyed by Wyatt Earp
Game grp.
German city where Beck's beer is brewed
Get fogged up
Government pubs., say
Greatest flowering
Gymnastic feat
Head of lettuce?
Hearty drafts
Helios' counterpart
Impertinent sort
Inventive type
Iranian supreme leader ___ Khamenei
Irish ___
It came up from Down Under
It may be declined
It may be dramatic
It may be said before a kiss
It may feature a windmill
Krishna is one of his avatars
Last stage of insect development
Legal writ, in brief
Like a butterfingers
Like much music
Many curves, in math
Matthew 26 question
Montana and others, for short
Museum worker
N.L. West team, on scoreboards
Name shared by 12 popes
Narrator of 'How I Met Your Mother'
Nebraska senator Nelson
Needle problem
Neighbor of a shift key
New Zealand's discoverer
Not safe
Old alpaca wool gatherer
One all, say
One surrounded by cell walls
Part of an Irish playwright's will?
Pipe attachment
Pitcher's feat
Plain and simple
Poet who wrote 'An' the Gobble-uns 'at gits you / Ef you / Don't / Watch / Out!'
Positive thinking proponent
Prevent from being reelected
Primary stratagem
Programming problem
Put in stitches
Red leader?
Sail extender
Schools of thought
Sign warning people to be quiet
Some pieces in an archaeological museum
Some tides
Sound at a spa
Spanish girl
Starting point
Sultan's land
Superior to
Sura source
Tandoor-baked bread
Tests the water?
Time's partner
Tom of 'The Tomorrow Show'
Try to avoid detection
Turn over
TV character often seen in a Metallica T-shirt
Twine holder
Unlikely ballet dancer
V-chip target
Wake Island, e.g.
Water park feature
What a migraine might feel like
White as a sheet
Whizzed along
Within earshot
Wood alternative
___ four
___ Land of 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea'

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