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New York Times crossword of November 25th, 1997 other clues
Musical composition
Namath's nickname
New Look designer
Operatic Lily
Ornery Warner Bros. cartoon character
Pancake topper
Part of E.M.T.: Abbr.
Peter of Peter and Gordon
Physicist Bohr
Puerto Rican port city
Record label with Capitol
Sacred song
San ___ Obispo, Calif.
Sliding dance step
Sloth's home
Stephen King novel
Stowe girl
Telephonic 3
The Magi, e.g.
The Red Baron, for one
The Velvet Fog
Things to crack
Tokyo, once
Vichyssoise ingredients
Western Hemisphere
Alex Raymond comic strip
'Essay on Man' author
'You ___ seen nothin' yet!'
1973 resigner
Adlai's 1956 running mate
Apollo vehicle
Application form information
Attach to a lapel
Attacked the whiskers
Bridge fee
Broad valley
C.I.A. forerunner
Captain's superior
Christie or Quindlen
Clumsy dancer's problems
Coin side
Collins and Donahue
Come in last
Commander of the Nautilus
Corporate emblems
Curtain fabric
Done in
Drifters' '___ the Roof'
Electric swimmer
Essen's river
Father, in France
Feature of five U.S. Presidents
Following orders
Give a benediction
H.S. course
Handle the situation
Head for the hills
Heavy-hitting Fielder
Humorist Bombeck et al.
If not
Kind of board
Kind of tea
Kitchen utensil
Legendary cowboy
Louisiana lingo
Lunch order, briefly
Manager Anderson
Monopoly purchase

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