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New York Times crossword of November 24th, 2002 other clues
Karl of 'The Streets of San Francisco'
Kiln users
'The Admirable Crichton' playwright
Kind of blouse
Laid up
'... yadda, yadda, yadda'
Lampblack
'Dang it all!'
'Dear' one
'Hollywood Squares' win
Lets off the hook
Letters at sea
Levels
Lifework
'The Simpsons' shopkeeper
Like young Abe Lincoln
140 or more people?
Line of clothing?
Look like a wolf
Mafia bad guy
Major in golf
Aims
Alley name
Make
Matchmakers
Arnaz Sr. or Jr.
Auditor of restaurant facilities?
Mint stamper?
Big blow
Month after Adar
Boggy lowland
Brown pigments
Mr. Rogers
Narc's find
North Carolina university
One giving shots on a horse farm?
Online newsgroup system
Caribbean music
Opener
Carolina river
Packed away
Changed way of doing things
Paris palace
Charge carrier
Place out of place
Plot part
Charges
Political suffix
Charitable surgeon?
Pork place
Cheater, perhaps
Portoferraio's island
Clamorous
Preparing to bloom
Promoting peace
Complete
Three-time skiing gold medalist ___ Sailer
Tiny soldiers
Titans grp.
Waterloo commander
Waverer's word
Where Wilhelm I ruled
Yellowfin, e.g.
___ pro nobis (pray for us): Lat.
Comprehension
Court sport
Court-appointed guardian?
Covered
CPR expert
Crowbar schlepper?
Customer service agent?
Dart
Days ___
Declared suit
Deer sir
Doc bloc
Dye-yielding plant
Early computer
English literary alias
Feared fly
First baseman Martinez
First name debuting on Broadway, 1951
Flunking letters
Fourth periods in the N.H.L.
Frequent fliers
Fundraising letter, e.g.
Halter?
Hardly haute cuisine
Hatreds
Hawke of 2000's 'Hamlet'
Hit man of the Year?
How some medicines are taken
Ile ___-Hélène
Incantation opener
Interim government
It might come with a bite
It's covered by a cap
Japan's P.M., 1964-72
'Take that!'
About
Adaptable
Caesar's 'vidi'
Came together
Campfire sound
Captures, as a catfish
Prot., for one
Rank below a Lt. j.g.
Ready and willing
Repay
Resolve
Royal band
S.A.T. score component
Scacchi of 'Presumed Innocent'
Schooner contents
Scoring up a storm
Seen in the sun
Series ender
Singer Taylor ___
Sleeve type
Snide asides
Something to take before you take off?
Soothers
Speak (with)
Sponsor's purchase
Sporty Studebaker
Spring
Sprinkled with powder
Staff leader?
Stiff sultan?
Stridex target
Study
Stuffed
Cold
Sully
Symbol of strength
Tangles
Teacup handle
Tearing more
Telecom giant

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