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New York Times crossword of November 20th, 1999 other clues
'Hand-Made Fables' writer
'Tristia' poet
'Who ___?' (slangy query)
'Women, Race & Class' author Davis
1992 Kentucky Derby winner ___ E. Tee
À gogo
Actress Massey
Anatomical aqueduct
Arabic name preceder
Aretha Franklin's recording label
B'nai B'rith watchdog org.
Base runners?: Abbr.
Bean seen on-screen
Big advertiser at Indy
Brisé performer
Cairo's river
Capt. Davies's portrayer in 'Roots'
Crate component
Driving force?
Fall mos.
Grant's 'Walk, Don't Run' co-star
Hurricane of 1999
Idle sorts
It may be full of lemons
It was launched in 1986
Its logo is a shamrock
Like headlines
Long-legged fisher
Made right
More likely to retire
Motivation affecters
Never-ending story
Not out of the question
Not so great
Not that good
Oboe duet?
One of a traditional elite
Place for a road sign
Plants in a dry place
Pontiffs' accessories
Quick cut
Radio audience
Range ridge
Rest time
Rich or Worth
School administration
Season opener?
Sitter's choice
Some examples of Impressionism
Some like it hot
Sounds from the hood
Spencer, e.g.
Steward's charge
Triglyceride, for one
Turned on by
Tying the knot
What some runners run for
What some runners run in
Where some waves originate

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