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New York Times crossword of November 26th, 2006 other clues
Stir up
Tasting of wood, as some wines
Teeth, slangily
They're easy to dial on a rotary phone
Three-time N.F.L. M.V.P., 1995-97
Travel guide
Trojan ally in the 'Iliad'
Tuneful city 'by the sea-o'
Two fins' worth
Uncommon sources of music nowadays
Western Hemisphere grp.
White-collar workers?
Winds in a pit
___-Foy, Quebec
'Amadeus' star Tom
'Haven't a clue!'
'The Clan of the Cave Bear' heroine
'Nothing is so much to be feared as fear' penner
'This is going to get ___'
'Time to go now!'
'Ulysses' setting
'What's the ___?'
'___ of the D'Urbervilles'
'___ the ramparts …'
1 + 1 = 3, e.g.
1998 animated bug film
Atty. ___
Bakery order
Opening sound?
Onetime American Communist leader ___ Hall
Parisian entertainment since 1869
Base leader
Bee: Prefix
Big John of golf
Big time
Bob Cratchit, in 'A Christmas Carol'
Boring result
British ___
Brought up the rear?
Christmas decoration site
Classic Liz Taylor part
Combining of companies making the same product
Diamond baron Cecil
Directional aid
Does a dog trick
Duck: Ger.
Edvard Grieg work
Elevator stop
Ex-senator Sam
Exiled Amin
Friend in a sombrero
Grooved on
Guiding light
He was no dummy
Heater with a storage tank
Hells Canyon locale
Historic Virginia family
Homestead Act unit
Household scare
Immigrant's course: Abbr.
It may be pushed before starting
On the canvas, informally
Pause that refreshes
Philippine seaport
Phrase of nonspecific attribution
Pickup shtick?
Place for pearls
Place of sacrifice
Places for laces
Plain and simple
Potential lifesaver for a drowning person
Prefix with -drome
President of Pakistan, 1978-88
Prince Valiant's firstborn
Quick-acting intl. military unit
Raises a howl
Restaurant chain founded in 1958 near L.A.
River of Hesse
Rye fungus
Sci-fi weaponry
Screened terrier
See here!
Setting for some Sherlock Holmes mysteries
Site of swings and a sandbox
Slicker, umbrella, galoshes, etc.
Some bedtime reading
Sponsor at Indy
Steamed dishes
Stick to
One little piggy
It may lead to a breakout
It's in the genes
It's worn
Itch cause
Jean ___, creator of 56-Down
Juicy, tart apple
L.A. hours
Lab vessel
Lake that's a source of the Mississippi
Leaked, as from a container
Lean against
Least friendly
Like some cottage cheese
Lily Tomlin's Edith ___
Linda Ronstadt's '___ Easy'
Literary monogram
Low part of a hand
Many a Floridian
Mars or Mercury
Mets, Jets or Nets
Nashville-based awards org.
Natural sparkler
Nelson in reruns
Network on a 55-Down: Abbr.
No longer owed
Not to mention
Nymph pursuers

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