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New York Times crossword of November 26th, 2004 other clues
Southern honorific
Southern lake whose name comes from Muskogean for 'big water'
Spare change?
Spear-carriers, e.g.
Sportscaster Ronnie
Steamed dish
Stravinsky opera-oratorio
The blahs
Thruster, sometimes
Tied up
Two hrs. earlier than N.Y.
Upside-down V
V formation, often
V formation, often
___ record
'I haven't finished yet!'
1969 Dustin Hoffman role
'My mama done ___ me'
'It'll be fine'
'The Devil and Daniel Webster' writer
1970's Peter Benchley thriller
Advice starter
Arcade game starter
Arriving, supposedly
Baseball family name
Be nonchalant
Be off
Big lotto win, briefly
Chef d'état, once
Daschle's successor as Senate minority leader
Links things
Like adobe
Like Ali Baba, at first
Dwight Eisenhower, e.g.
Early pregnancy check
Empathetic comment
Frozen dessert brand
Go back and forth in deciding
Hootenanny, e.g.
Inflict on
It has wings but can't fly
Macedonian's neighbor
Main part
Needle-leafed tree
Not precisely
Not the real decision-maker
Noted 1998 initial public offering
Orange dish
Panners' finds
Party line part
Paying attention
Pedigree org. since 1884
Pen pal's locale?
Prefix with syllabic
Roast turkey, maybe?
Set in stone
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Site of the ancient Pythian Games
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