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New York Times crossword of November 5th, 2010 other clues
'Dinner's ___'
'Star Wars' name
'Way to be, man!'
'You played well'
Actor Roger
Approved, as a contract
As an example
Bundles of bound quarks
Came out of a hole, say
City that's home to Parliament Hill
Coin with a hole in it
Continues, as a band
Early film star who wore lipstick in the shape of a heart
Extremely touching?
Farm shelter
Fish whose male carries the eggs
Food writer Nigella
Go too far
Goes it alone
Hard to discern
Has a service break?
House of prayer
Iberian city that lends its name to a variety of wine
In addition
It's not useful in a long shot situation
Its first two vols. covered 43-Across
Junk vehicles
Like rulers
Litter pickup place?
Maryland's historic ___ Creek
Measures of volume
Member of a campaign staff
National Wear Red Day mo.
Not accidental
Noted TV twins
One in an outfit
Peculiar: Prefix
Pin in a hole
Reqmt. for giving someone the third degree?
Runs up
See 23-Across
See 37-Across
Severe sales restriction, informally
Some compact light sources
Something from which something else is taken away
South's declaration, perhaps
Spirited response?
Starting point?
Subject of a 1980s surrogacy case
Things that pop up annoyingly
Top-level commands, collectively
Toronto landmark
Try to fit a square peg in a round hole, e.g.
With 8-Down, takes a lot of shots, say
Worker with street smarts?
___ B (first step)
___ Farm, setting for a George Orwell story
___ hole

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