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USA Today crossword of November 19th, 2017 other clues
Essayist with the pen name Elia
Board game turns
Note from an exec
Supreme Court appointee of 2006
Madison and Lexington in NYC
Knob on a vintage television
Hard precipitation
Runs out of
Fastener with hooks and loops
Solidify, like Jell-O
Put down, slangily
Direction undone by "stet"
Soother of baby's painful gums
Look over quickly
Midday snooze
Prefix with natal or classical
Some mile markers
Four, on most holes
Relay entrant
Genre of the band Jawbreaker
"Key Largo" Oscar winner Claire
Florida's Miami-___ County
Consequence of too much Starbuck's, perhaps
Like much recorded music
Wallach who was "the Ugly" in a 1966 movie
Tend to a tear
"___ of the North" (1922 documentary)
Cushiony part of a shoe
Copied, in a way
Female-attracting sound
"Take a number" market aisle
Go ___ (cooperate)
Zipcar's parent
Grease gun target
Many Vegas signs
Mosquito net material
Cross-legged yoga position
Tell jokes to, say
Edouard who painted "The Fifer"
Rite for a Jewish newborn
Chattering birds
Long in the tooth
"QB ___" (Uris novel)
Approximate touchdown hr.
Acetone, to nail polish
Austrian composer Gustav
Remove to a MASH, for short
Golda, Israel's "Iron Lady"
King Harald's capital
In one's birthday suit
Edward who composed "Falstaff"
Payment to a graduate assistant
Get 18-Down
Explosive sold by Acme
Throw, as a discus
Empire conquered by Pizarro
Basis for some grants
Albert with a Nobel Peace Prize
On ___ (like much freelance work)
Medically induced sleep
Starting from
Court reporter, for short
Wood-dressing tool
Alan who played Severus Snape
Umpires' decisions
One into fine cuisine, informally
Throw verbal barbs at
Dry Italian wine
___ Bell (a Bronte pseudonym)
___ corgi (dog breed)
Diddly squat
Pyramid's top
Dudley Do-Right's love
Bait-and-switch, e.g.
Pint at a pub
___ funny for words
The Tabard, e.g.

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