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New York Times crossword of November 4th, 1999 other clues
'Friends' actress Lisa
'Little' comics fellow
'Poor me!'
'Raiders of the Lost Ark' danger
'Star Trek' speed
'There ___ colors in the fairest sky': Wordsworth
'___ the ramparts...'
1960 hit by the Ventures
A pint, maybe
A room with a view
Alphabet series
Animation technique
Any Platters platter
Book chain co-founder
Broadcasting concern
C&W channel
Cousin of 'harrumph'
Designer Gucci
Dessert choice
Director Kurosawa
Dressing site
Ending with herbal or fatal
Engine sound
Family name in auto racing
Fat or wax
Fingerprint, perhaps
Firefighter Red
Five, on a gunslinger's gun
Gallic goodbye
Hardly modernistic
In heaven
It can be used for collateral
It goes before E except after C
It's related to others
Italian flowers
Like many Miamians
Like some rounds
Line in financial analysis
Lots (of)
Made a faux pas
Narrow strip of wood
Organ ___
Persian spirit
Place for a mud bath
Prima ballerina, e.g.
Prom activity
Puppy sounds
Reply to a madame
Second Amendment promoter: Abbr.
Showed off
Site of one of the labors of Hercules
Sugary drinks
T-shirt size: Abbr.
The 'I' of IV
They were last seen alive in 1681
This puzzle's theme
Threat finale
Tiger Beat reader
Word with set or wet

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