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New York Times crossword of November 16th, 2009 other clues
'... ___ quit!'
'Talking' done with the hands: Abbr.
'Too rich for my blood'
'Well, look at you!'
'___ Miz'
0% fat, say
1945 conference site
Abbr. after a phone no.
Ark builder
Battery for a camera or phone
Candy with a hole in the middle
Classic cigarette brand
Code of life
Currier's partner in lithography
Delta alternative, once
Eagle's grasper
Fall birthstone
Fancy items worn around the neck
France before it was France
Give a Bronx cheer
Give a grand speech
Golden Globe winner Nick
Greek H's
Hairstyle that may have a comb stuck in it
Heart or kidney
Huff and puff
Inc., in England
It's just below the thigh
Jazzy Fitzgerald
Like a clock with hands
Like a rabbit's foot or four-leaf clover
Like a story that can't be believed
Long-range weapon, for short
Lyricist Gershwin
Mandela of South Africa
Midrange voice type
Military strategy during the 2003 invasion of Iraq
Mink or ermine
Mrs., in Madrid
Much of Chile
Novels, e.g.
One-footer, say, in golf
Prepare to use a rifle
Property claim
Rode a Schwinn, e.g.
Score after dribbling, say
Secretly ban from employment
Singer McEntire
Skye, e.g.
Spacecraft's path
Spanish 'that'
Special attention for a patient, in brief
Spherical cereal
Spiked clubs
Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Century
Spouse's servile words
Subject of a 1950s 'revolution'
T on a test
Trebek who says 'And the answer is ...'
Veep's superior
Where the Clintons got law degrees
___ the Hutt ('Star Wars' villain)
___ wool (soft material)

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