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New York Times crossword of November 29th, 2002 other clues
Number one advocate?
Org. that handles outbreaks
Over, slangily
Pedal pushers
People swipe them
Phrase spoken by 16-Across
Pre-eruption warning
Prepare for big things
Ringside shouts
Run down
Rush-hour subway phenomenon
Shunted elsewhere
Sign at a bank
Singer with the #1 hit 'Don't Forbid Me'
Sony product
Sum preceder?
Sun ___
Team captains' accouterments
They may contain riders
Tour de ___ (bicycle race)
Toward the southern border
Underworld higher-up
Units of force
Woods in front of a field?
1990 Broadway biographical play
All the time
Animal that killed Adonis
Beaver damn?
Bklyn. campus
Breath freshener since 1899
Cher's portrayer in 'Clueless'
Children's doctor?
Chloral derivative, for short
Co. watchdog
Cut capers
Deli jarful
Div. of Scotland Yard
Does in
Full of spirit?
Game with a cross-shaped board
Gerontologist's study
Get close
Get ready for dinner, in a way
Got out of
High spirit
How movers might move a sofa
In song she was 'a wild sort of devil, but dead on the level'
It's boring
Jammed, in a way
Janitorial tool
Kind of code
Lab test taker
Lengthy reproval
Leotard, e.g.
Like some chemical bonds
Manicurist's concern
N.H.L. goalie Kolzig
Not just well-done
Not so fine

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