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New York Times crossword of November 9th, 2017 other clues
Actress Hagen
Shout accented on the second syllable
Musician with the 1987 instrumental hit 'Songbird'
Agcy. issuance
General Mills corn snack bit
NPR journalist Shapiro
Angry words said after 'Get out of here!'
Go ___ great length
Stew (over)
One doing a mob hit
Swim meet event
Orator who declared 'Laws are silent in times of war'
Bad-weather gear
He adopted Esther in the Book of Esther
Tennyson's 'Geraint and ___'
Bases of TED talks
There's one for every season, for short
Person using binoculars, maybe
Battle of ___ (1797 Napoleon victory)
This and that
Pie flavor
Hebrides isle
Binge-watching aid, in brief
Told tales
Poetic contraction
Hurt maliciously
Brand with 'Thick & Fluffy' products
Polo, for one
I.M.'ing option
Cambodia's Lon ___
'The Black Tulip' author
Variety of dark-skinned grape
Powerful bloodline?
I.R.S. form 5498 subj
Comment upon making a fateful decision
Vehicle that gets cell service?
Pro and Mini purchases
James or Luther of R&B
Credit Suisse rival
What kindness and honesty reveal
Proceed smoothly
'Gimme a high-five!'
Able to move nicely
Winemaking need
'Uh-oh, here they are again'
Liberal arts dept
Drink mentioned in the chorus of 'American Pie'
Words of retraction
Long in Hollywood
Second-generation Japanese-American
Words spoken just before a TV commercial
'Whereupon ...'
Man's name that's three consecutive letters of the alphabet
Fashion inits
Sex drive and others
Absolut rival, informally
Mob boss Frank
More than 1% or 2%

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