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Unconvincing, as an argument crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 17th, 2003 other clues
'Flying Down to ___'
'Vive le ___!'
'You ___ Beautiful'
'___ luck!'
24-hr. banking convenience
39-Across in Mexico City
39-Across in New York
39-Across in Paris
39-Across in Rome
3:1 or 4:1, e.g.
Aquatic animals
Backyard buildings
Butcher's stock
Change, as the Constitution
City in Georgia
Club ___ (resort)
Computer image file format
Dapper ___
Daughters' counterparts
Explosive letters
Family card game
Federal regulatory grp.
Follower of sigma
Gen. Lee's side: Abbr.
Genesis man
Ghost's cry
Happy face symbols
Hopalong Cassidy actor and others
Irish-born actor Milo
Its slogan is 'The Racer's Edge'
John or ___ Doe
Late columnist Landers
Mauna ___ (volcano)
Moved to a new home
Nancy Drew's boyfriend
Not yet rented
Old U.S. gas brand
Old-fashioned pen receptacles
Old-time comedian Red
Parsley or sage
Ping-Pong ball whacker
Playwright John who wrote 'Look Back in Anger'
Prefix with classic
Right-hand person
Russian leader before 1917
Schubert's 'The ___ KIng'
Scottish bodies of water
She, in Italy
Shea team
Ship's front
Singer Sylvia
Ski lifts
Slugger Williams
Sn, chemically speaking
Sound receiver
South African grassland
Spike Lee's 'She's ___ Have It'
Storm wind
Talk back to
The gamut
Theme of this puzzle
Tour of duty
Vietnamese New Year
Volleyball court dividers
Whitney or Wallach
Word repeated after 'Que' in a song
Works like a sponge
___ Saud (Saudi Arabia's founder)

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