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New York Times crossword of November 3rd, 2015 other clues
'That makes sense'
'Why, I ___ ...'
'___ scale from 1 to 10 ...'
1954's Battle of Dien Bien ___
Actor Thomas of 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'
Actress Catherine of 'Dynasty'
All squared up
Australian 'bear'
Author Leon
Bad thing to cry over?
Bee food
Betty Crocker product
Boys in Baja
Came out on top
Captured, as fish
Chef's hat
Chop ___
Christmas feature?
Completely asleep
Eleven en français
Frankenstein's aide
French money
Frequent enemy in comics set in the 1940s
Gainsborough's 'The Blue Boy' and others
Geographic depression
Gets the family back together
Golfer Bob or his golfing son Kevin
Gutter locale
Horizontal lines on graphs
It's on the house
Letter after 11-Down
Letter before 23-Across
Lines on a 64-Across: Abbr
Listing in a browser history
Magical power
Mars or Neptune
Morning moisture
Name used by five popes
Nautical pole
Negative conjunction
Newspaper puzzle suggested by this crossword's shaded squares
Not just a slap on the wrist
Off the shelves
Old Pontiac muscle car
Open a tad
Opposite of 'Yer durn tootin'!'
Pick in an office pool, maybe
Place to get a wrap
Prey for a lion
Professor ___, Clue suspect
Quizzical sounds
Rain boot
Relative of euchre
Republican strategist Karl
Sausage served with kraut
Singer Jackson with 26 #1 country hits
Subject for Grover Norquist
Subject of three laws of Newton
Surprisingly enough
Syllabus divisions
Time since the Big Bang
Tool that raises a guitar's pitch
U.S. women's soccer star Krieger
Uber app feature
Volcano's opening
What we have
___ all possible
___ de parfum

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