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New York Times crossword of November 22nd, 2009 other clues
#2: Tea server?
#3: Golf pro?
#4: Tree surgeon?
#5: Manicurist?
#6: Justice of the peace?
#7: Grocery store owner?
#8: Disc jockey?
'Aunt ___ Cope Book'
'Help!' key
'Hey, see what I got!'
'I can get by with that'
'Many good nights, my lord; ___ your servant': Shak.
'Midnight Cowboy' nickname
'No ___!'
'___-A-Lympics' (old TV cartoon series)
16 oz.
1985-88 attorney general
2007 Steve Carell title role
A little over half a century in old Rome
Amp plug-in
Animal in an exercise wheel
Approval for Juan Valdez
Author Jaffe
Barbecue byproduct
Bay, for one
Beatty and Sparks
Big bin
Blues musician Baker
Bouillon cube ingredient, usually
Boy toys?
Break in a building's facade
Button materials
Candy wafer company
Career Day Speaker #1: Meter maid?
Career of the parent who typed up the Career Day schedule?
Cause of quailing
Chocolate-and-caramel brand
City in Mount Rainier's shadow
Club that began as the Colt .45s
College classes
Comparable (to)
Conclusion for many believers?
County abutting London
Dash lengths
Dillinger's derringer, e.g.
Dump and road endings
Emerald City visitor
Equip with weapons, old-style
Filmmaker Martin
First landfall north of Oman
First of two choices
First, in Frankfurt
Flightless bird
Fountain in front of the Palazzo Poli
Gambler's holy grail
Garbage hauler
Glazed fabric
Goal-oriented org.
Grazing ground
Hall-of-Famer Sandberg
Hand-held cutter
Honeyed pastry
Hosp. V.I.P.'s
Hosp. workplaces
Human body part with vestigial muscles
It debuted on 'E Day'
It's often played on Sunday
Job bidding figs.
Large body in Washington, D.C.
Larter of 'Heroes'
Leads (by)
Leafy vegetable
Library section
Literary creation
Literary work in which Paris is featured
Long. partner
Lot 'souvenir'
Madrid's ___ Sofia Art Center
Many a bar mitzvah attendee
Many four-doors
Meager bowlfuls
Mell Lazarus comic strip
Mendes of '2 Fast 2 Furious'
Middle grade
Mounted on
N.Y.C. airport
Of interest to ornithologists
Old salt
One likely to have pet peeves?
Over-the-wall wallops: Abbr.
Parental imperative
Pesky biter
Play byplay
Prefix with -tect
Rap's ___ Wayne
Reader of signs
Reeve or Reeves role
Reforestation subj.
Result of 26-Down, often
San ___, Lone Star State city
Sex symbol once married to Vadim
Shakes down
Sideways up
Skywalker's cohort
Slight fight
Start of a plan
Suffix with pant or aunt
Sugar suffix
Swan's shape
Talk up
The Thrilla in Manila, for one
They take the bait
Unit of contraband
Wagon puller, often
Warranty invalidator
When Juliet says 'O happy dagger!'
Where Key's bombs burst
White-tailed movie star
World capital once under French rule
___ Chao, only cabinet member to serve through George W. Bush's entire administration
___ Maria

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