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New York Times crossword of November 16th, 2006 other clues
One-named Grammy winner of 2001
Overpower by force of arms
Pageant prize
Person in sales
Photographer Goldin
Poetic storytelling
Purplish shade
Puts on the line
Request for special attention
Search engine ___.com
So far
Spelling, e.g.?
Stones fan?
Stuck on
Takes out
They come with pencils
Times in classifieds
Tiny particle
Title girl in a Roald Dahl novel
Turn over
U.S. swimming star Janet
Vegas attraction
Walkie-talkie word
Water carriers
What a Frenchman thinks?
Word on a memorial
Worker with a mask
___ Towne
'This has been a long time coming!'
Big do, for short
Baseball's Ripken
Big mouth
Calendar column: Abbr.
Civil War weapon
Class of birds
Close one
Collided, say
Costner role
Cry spelled out by the first syllables of 16-, 18-, 32-, 50- and 53-Across
Dastardly doings
Dominican-born baseball star
Edwin with the 1970 #1 hit 'War'
Flock sounds
Floor plan
Gets hold of
Gold seekers
Horse of a certain color
Host's request
How much a bottle top can hold
Inferior of a brig. gen.
Kind of force
Language offshoot
Lofty position
London gallery
Mythological ship
Napoleonic force
Newspaper section, with 'the'
Not so bright

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