Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (November 12th 1999) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 70 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Beloved' actress Kimberly
'___ enough!'
100 qintars
1966 A.L. Rookie of the Year
Affaire de coeur
After that
Anáhuac residents
Attack, like a bear
Bill Russell's was retired
Blazer attachments
British guns
Car bar
Dash off
Drawing place
Dry ___
Early NASA effort
Ed of Hollywood
Elvis was known for them
Fertilizer ingredient
French noodle?
Gogol's '___ Bulba'
Home with a view
Inits. in news
Interest of armchair athletes
It's protected in South Africa
Japanese name tag
Kind of sentence
Let go
Liberal leader?
Like Brutus
Morning time
Not behind
Office no.
Oil units: Abbr.
Old Japanese mercenary
Olympic figure skater Slutskaya
One may be warranted
One of 12 by Debussy
One whose sentence is complete
Opening of McDonald's restaurants abroad, e.g.
Part of A.S.T.: Abbr.
Part of TNT
Pelé's real first name
Pen pals?
Phrase repeated in Ecclesiastes
Playwright Jones
Post-snap ploy, briefly
Rockies tribe
Sage, for one
Savings for senior trips?
Seat of Greene County, Ohio
Set of sheets?
Straws in the wind
Stressed, in more ways than one?
Suffix with nectar
They deal in futures
They improve the quality of Life: Abbr.
They're broken up
Time out?
Transported, as gas
Unlikely place for a soprano
Went off the beam?
___ cherry