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New York Times crossword of November 21st, 2001 other clues
'Peter Pan' role
'Sold out' sign
'___ in Love With You'
1986 Huey Lewis and the News hit
Arborist's concern
Bargain hunter's haunt
Chemist's amount
City at the foot of the Sierra Nevada
Clinched, with 'up'
Co. that makes a bunch?
Confederate general who won at Chickamauga
Conger hunter
Continental capital
Cries of pain
Draft org.
Early White House hostess
Enjoy some winter fun
First name in Communism
Gangster's piece
Hairless, now
Half a fortnight
Idle in a 'circus'
Immigrant's course: Abbr.
It's run up and then settled
It's to your advantage
Like-thinking, for short
Maui bash
Military mission, briefly
Mourn out loud
Mr. Universe's pride
Not stay put
Not this or that, below the border
Noted film, as old Romans would have it
Opposite of all
Ovine line?
Part of a figure eight
Part of E.T.A.: Abbr.
Person who might speak Klingon
Physics centers
Propel, in a way
Put on
Raison ___
River to the Rhine
Son ___ gun
Suffix with Peking
Switch back?
Teach at a college?
Team hinted at by 20-, 28- and 47-Across
Tehrani's tongue
Time on end
Toddler's place
Tucson-to-Flagstaff dir.
Undergrad degs.
Uninspired teaching method
Urban luxury
West Indian sorcery
Western Indian
What a dog's bark or cat's meow may mean
Whig's rival
Wine choice
Years abroad
Zoological feet
___ grass
___ Perot

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