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New York Times crossword of November 10th, 2011 other clues
'Absolut nicht!'
'Ain't gonna happen!'
'Alea iacta ___': Julius Caesar
'Compromise is the best and cheapest ___' (saying attributed to Robert Louis Stevenson)
'Explosive' roller coaster at Six Flags Great Adventure
'If I were king of the forest ...' singer
'In bad company,' per Ambrose Bierce
'My Life' autobiographer, 1975
'Such is life'
'The Way'
'___ Declassified School Survival Guide'
A part of, as a gang
Analogy words
Angle iron
Beyond reason?
Big name in luxury hotels
Cicely of 'Roots'
City on Commencement Bay
Cleaning a mess in a mess, maybe
Comes calling unexpectedly
Depot: Abbr
Dollar coin figure before Susan B. Anthony, familiarly
Dome light?
Experienced with
Feature replaced in four clues in this puzzle
Fills, as black squares
Fraternity characters
Gave pills, e.g
Get an A, say
Gradually slowing, in mus
Half of a 1955 merger, for short
Hard-to-clean floor covers
Hawaiian handouts
It might hold you back
lamb's place
lams, say
Like many windows
Locale for some diving
Med. unit
Mexican kin
Myth ending
Mythical ship with a speaking oak beam
Ones getting base pay
Order member
Passeport info
PC key
Picking up things?
Poet Elinor
River to the Arctic Ocean
Roman writer who originated the phrase 'with a grain of salt'
Roping target
Snowmen and snowwomen?
Spring break locale, casually
Still around
Take in
The Ponte Vecchio spans it
They may do write-ups, for short
Things picked out of the earth
Vulnerable parts
Where Al Yankovic bought a 'Dukes of Hazzard' ashtray, in song
Wind up
Word akin to '-ish'

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