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New York Times crossword of November 14th, 2008 other clues
A sole might get caught in it
'Eden Concert' artist
'Lost Horizon' setting
'The Godfather Part II' Oscar winner
'Well, obviously!'
A question of methodology
A&W offering
African with a white beard
Avail oneself of a rostrum
Big pistol maker
Bookmarked collection
Box at the gym?
Business letter recipient?
Capable of generating heat
Certain pitcherful
Chihuahua, e.g.
Comparatively corrupt
Concern of many a dieter
Cooper's co-star in 'The Wedding Night,' 1935
Cousin of a squeal
Crane operator's spot
Drawing-room game in 'Pride and Prejudice'
Eccles. dignitary
Edible mold
Gift to an overworked salesperson
Grignolino d'___ (Italian red wine)
Have permanent effect
He wrote 'Hell is other people'
In some way
In this matter
Invoice verb
Is out on a limb, maybe
It stops the swinging, briefly
Ken McLaughlin's filly
Kind of tuner
Land that's around 16% Muslim: Abbr.
Legis. introduced into every session of Congress from 1923 to 1970
Locale for an outdoor party
March site mentioned in 'Eve of Destruction'
Menace in the mirror
Mercutio speech subject
Monopoly token
Not so fast
Off for a stretch
One way to lie
Pasta source
PC way out?
Pianist Hewitt who recorded the complete keyboard works of Bach
Piece of den furniture
Poet who's the subject of Tom Stoppard's 'The Invention of Love'
Record holder
Red Bluff Dam's river
Resort near the Rio Grande Gorge
Role for which Whitaker won Best Actor of 2006
Roll up
Screeners of would-be buyers
Shiftless type
Sino-Japanese War statesman
Star of old horse operas
String stuff
Thing fit for a king
Uniform choice
Warning in a school zone
Worrisome sight at a beach
___ ripper (historical romance)

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