Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (November 13th 2003) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 72 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Oh, no!'
Address with the ZIP code 10001
At a future time
Big tricks
Charles who wrote 'Call Me Ishmael'
Cheerleader's feat
Coffeehouse orders
Coffeehouse orders
Creepy one?
Danger from above
Danger in the ocean
Danger on the ground
Deleted, briefly
Doctor-turned- synonymist
Down in the dumps
El Cid foe
Euripides drama
Flood barriers: Var.
General dir. of the St. Lawrence River
Go bad
Gravy ingredient
Guy in Jamaica
Had a big mouth
Has regrets
Hatcher of 'Lois & Clark'
Holy ones: Abbr.
Its hymn contains the starts to 17-, 21- and 53-Across
Kite flier's aid
Lacking, with 'of'
Light on one's feet
Longtime 'Today' host
Luau food
Makes nervous, with 'out'
Morse tap
Normal rhythmical contraction of the heart
Noted Tokyo-born singer
Other than this
P.D.Q. in an O.R.
Pieces of music
Plane maneuver
Pool sites
Popular restaurant chain, for short
Prefix with day or night
Raiser of spirits
Ready for drawing
Schindler portrayer
Slangy motto for 35-Across
Soft ball brand
Still wrapped up
Suffix with utter
Takes care of
Target of some sprays
Tetley competitor
They cause jolts to bolts
They produce lemons and cherries
Typos and such
Untold centuries
Use kazoos
Walk, slangily
What to sing while skipping