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Premier Sunday crossword of November 17th, 2013 other clues
End of the riddle
Eritrea's capital
TV "Drag Race" host
Reverend famous for swapping sounds
Enzyme suffix
Riddle's answer
Pitch source
Pinwheel-shaped roll
Started again, as a former habit
Urban rails
Trio plus three
Sharif and Bradley
Have a slant
Japanese cartoon style
Secure in position again
Little Richard's "— Frutti"
Character of a culture
Most aching
Years and years
"Holiday" actor Ayres
Austin-to-Boston dir.
Traveler Polo
Apt to gab
Actress Maryam d'—
Reno's st.
Mourning people
Cheri formerly of "Saturday Night Live"
Constellation Cygnus
A drug might cure it
Left a lasting mark on
Napping, say
Water, in Lille
Election loser, e.g.
Has life
Riddle, part 2
Writer — Calvino
"— So Vain"
RSVP encl.
Roomy auto
Home of the Buccaneers
Deborah of "Quo Vadis"
Lacking depth, briefly
Riddle, part 3
Superpower until 1991
Toy brick brand
Kid-friendly card game
Jump for joy, perhaps
"It takes two to —"
Riddle, part 4
Zadora of "Hairspray"
Mob group
Step face
"Which way — he go?"
Riddle, part 5
"Now — the time"
Find a new abode for, as a pet
— -pitch softball
An inning has six
Leisurely gait
Riddle, part 6
Landlocked African land
Alan of the screen
Great Plains natives
Prefix with physics
Element #26
Cake portion
Texas siege setting
Total flop
Just dandy
Actor's signal
Bursts in suddenly
Rate — (be perfect)
Hollywood's Mineo
Salon boards
Place-marking folds
In a little bit
Ill-gotten wealth
A Disney princess
Baglike part
Roils up
French for "father"
"Ella" author Geller
Bits of sparkly stuff
Former New York senator Al D'—
Trial promise
Alphabet quintet
Ryder Cup org.
Illuminated by a flame
Bartender's "rocks"
Bill Gates' wife
Modest "As I see it," to texters
Go-ahead signals
Exerciser's moisture
— Paulo
Bumps that contain taste buds
Author Morrison
Arranges like a graphic designer
Fly south, say
Some roller coasters
Costa — Sol
Top card
Gradually narrows
Some diving positions
Sock-in-the-gut sound
Back in style
Super 8, e.g.
Battery part
"— -Cop"
Bad lighting?
Suffix with prank or poll
— -en-Provence, France
Old boomer
Tee- —
Skirt line
Bond girl player Green
Jokester Johnson
Witch trials town
"Presto —!" (magician's cry)
Super Sunday stats
Big skin-care brand
Former veep Humphrey
Sound from a boozer
Start of a riddle
That, in Chihuahua
Methods of cell division
Adult kitten
It gets the graphite out

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