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New York Times crossword of November 11th, 2006 other clues
Biblical kingdom of the Hebrews
Big name in guitars
Changes
Classic R & B tune that inspired the 'stroll' dance craze
Curtain shades
Editor Talese
First name in espionage
Fleet of warplanes
Flowering plant with two seed leaves
Flying Cloud of autodom
German chancellor after Kohl
Good
Google company
Hangout
Haunted house worker's job
Home of the Zagros Mountains
Ice, e.g.
Indicator of canonización
It may be a bear to throw down
Jam band fans, stereotypically
Kind of grape
Less together
Like antlers
Like rubble, often
Like the best advice
Marine, maybe
Mars: Prefix
Member of the sedge family
Needlelike
One may get pins and needles
Ones in hip joints?
People described by Josephus
Projects
Secured while rock climbing
Arrowroot, e.g.
Appropriately named band with the 1984 hit 'Drive'
Associate
'As I Lay Dying' father
'It's all ___'
'Take heed ___ any man deceive you': Mark 13:5
'Baseball Tonight' segment featuring the day's best defensive plays
'The King's Stilts' author, 1939
'Ugh!'
'___ where it hurts!'
1970-71 winner in Johnny Lightning
1984 movie with the tag line 'It's 4 a.m., do you know where your car is?'
All over the place
See 1-Across
Simón Bolívar's birthplace
Sites for small schools
Slammed
Some laryngitis sufferers
Something written in stone
Spanish uncle?
St. Louis Arch designer
Sugar daddy, e.g.
Tabloid fodder
They might be protected by an 8-Across
Trunk coverer
Up
Varnish material
Villain
Villain
Where Marat was murdered
___ Noël

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