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New York Times crossword of November 5th, 2003 other clues
'Boy, am I dumb!'
'Don't look ___!'
'Get real!'
'I kid you not' speaker
1492 vessel
39, perpetually, to Jack Benny
60's hairdo
Actor Morales
Allergy symptom
Big plot
Blues singer James
Boxer's diet
Colt carrier?
Cornell of Cornell University
Cornerstone word
Crinkly fabric
Dickensian epithet
Director Lee
Dosage, e.g.
Dress style
Editor's mark
Entry need, maybe
Friday player
Giblets part
Gunpowder component
Hawaiian port
Helpful connections
It's charged
Laugh heartily
Like some losers
Lux. neighbor
Mack of old TV
Mai ___
Make whole
Martin of the Rat Pack
Moon of Saturn
Mother's aunt, e.g.
Mr. Republican
Noxious emanation
Onetime sister magazine of Penthouse
Part of WATS
Pellagra preventer
Pink lady ingredient
Pitcher's success
Pottery fragment
Publicist's concern
Purity unit
Put in
Render useless
Rhett's last words
Rooster feature
Runners carry it
Safari sighting
Sitter's headache
Special Forces unit
Start of a fortuneteller's response
Stationery store buy
Tel ___
Verbal assault
Was a buttinsky
Wire nail
Worked the soil
___ Coty, Charles de Gaulle's predecessor
___ lunch
___ West (life preserver)

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