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New York Times crossword of November 13th, 1997 other clues
'Pomp and Circumstance' composer
'Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon' speaker
'Frasier' role
'I Fall to Pieces' singer
'Minimum' amount
'No bid'
'Veni, ___, vici'
1985 Nelligan film
Ab ___ (from day one)
Adds zest to
April honoree
Band's booking
Baton Rouge sch.
Brahman's belief
Breathing fire
Cause of conflict, maybe
Cold sufferer's sound
Color changers
Curly do
Destroyer detector
Dog show event?
Four times a day, in prescriptions
Girls who love books?
Hang it all!
Hurricane heading: Abbr.
In the company of
Incas' realm, e.g.: Abbr.
Irons on stage
It runs in the rain
Waiting period, seemingly
Wedding reception, say
When doubled, a Gabor
White collar crime
Wine improver
Japanese leader of old
Kind of cleaner
Lady of la casa
Lotto variant
Midwest city where Orson Welles was born
Non-earthlings, briefly
Oaxaca water
Ohio college town
Old 'What's My Line' panelist
Old Foghorn, e.g.
Opening books
Oregano shelfmate
Part of a nuclear arsenal, for short
People person
Plant used for skin lotions
Prefix with dose
Pugilistic sweethearts?
Scratch the surface of
Seles foe
Slash mark?
That lady's
The bulk
The first four-minute mile, e.g.?
Tilde, e.g.
Under siege
Viking shipmate

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