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Three-time N.H.L. All-Star Kovalchuk crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 12th, 2015 other clues
Serial opener
Soft ball?
Sound from a traditional German band
Southwest side dish
Subj. of a 'Delayed' sign
The first 'L' of L. L. Bean
Thumbs up
Trophy figure
University in Philadelphia
Up to
Wash against gently
What's between here and the sun, in song?
What's missing from a KO?
With freshness
___ nerve, the longest in the human body
___ Pro (2015 debut)
19th-century nativist group
'Be ___!'
'Got it'
'The Wild Bunch' director
'To his good friends thus wide I'll ___ my arms': 'Hamlet'
35mm camera option
Abbr. on mail to a soldier
Actress who killed Bill in 'Kill Bill Volume 2'
Belarus, once: Abbr
Blanket remedies
Blue shade
Boomers of old, in brief
Bygone European capital
Dickens boy
Early smartphone
Even if, briefly
Every last person
First in a historical trio
First word of Massachusetts' motto
Fish dish
Hall of fame
Hawaiian tuna
Horse in a harness
How some shares are sold
Howard of Hollywood
It may come with a knife and crackers
It's often marked with an '@'
Jeremy on the court
Kipling's birthplace
Lead-in to speak or spell
Learning method
Like the Pilgrims: Abbr
Lux. neighbor
Man's name that's 20-Across backward
Official residence at the Vatican
Ones getting the business?
Oscar V.I.P.s
Oscar-winning role for Hattie McDaniel
Person's head, in slang
Place to stop over
Popular zoo attraction ... or a hint to 11 squares in this puzzle
Portmanteau legally recognized since 1977
Ranging widely

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