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New York Times crossword of November 4th, 2004 other clues
'What a Girl Wants' singer, 1999
'... men in ___'
'Born Free' lioness
'Of course, Jorge!'
'That's just what I needed!'
'The dog ate my homework,' e.g.
'You rang?'
A Gershwin
Available from the publisher
Avoiding spitballs, say
Blood-curdling scream
Burgundy brothers
Canal exploration devices
City west of Daytona Beach
Classic Marx Brothers flick
Community program
Connecting point
Crème ___ crème
Do some planning before taking action
Does simple math
Dr. ___ ('A Beautiful Mind' role)
Exotic vacation spot
Fast-moving wind
Followers of Bob Marley's music
For all to hear
Form 1040 ID
Fuss and bother
Get ___ (share the rewards of)
Underground chamber
Unencumbered by
Viscount, e.g.
What a conductor conducts: Abbr.
Wind up on stage?
___ Minor
Hawthorne's birthplace
Herbert who won a Pulitzer for 'The People's Choice'
Huey, Dewey, Louie, Donald and Daisy
It's a matter of opinion
Key material
Literary inits.
Long-crested bird
Magical opening
Missile's course
Motorcade V.I.P.: Abbr.
Name fit for a king?
Negotiation's end
One of the Horae
Park ___ (N.Y.C. locale)
Part of an all-weather shoe
Portia's role on 'Ally McBeal'
Present opener?
Prince of a guy
Quilters' do
Raphael subject
Self-consoling words
Slaughter the slugger
Sobriquet for Haydn
Straight dope
This once was sufficient
Trade association?
Transp. network
Trash collector
Tucked in
Type type: Abbr.

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