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New York Times crossword of November 11th, 2014 other clues
What gets rubber-stamped?
When repeated, a popular puzzle
Where a Brownie's merit badges are attached
'Chestnuts roasting ___ open fire'
'I know, ___?'
'Got it!'
'Minnesota March' composer
'Spy vs. Spy' magazine
'The Hangover' setting
'Your point being ...?'
'___ the land of the free ...'
'___ your call'
1968 #1 hit for Diana Ross & the Supremes
Alcoholics Anonymous and others
Ancient South American
And so forth: Abbr
Angry rant
Annoying bark
Asian food additive
Bird bill
Birdcage swing, e.g
Blacken on a grill
Clothes line?
Commercial suffix with Tropic
Complete mess
Confectionery brand with a logo designed by Salvador Dalí
Contact lens brand
Contend (for)
Digital device used to access Hulu and Netflix
Drink that gets its name from the Tahitian word for 'good'
Eight, to Dieter
Eye part subject to degeneration
Fishing device
Former Time Warner partner
Good source of omega-3 fatty acids
Halfway decent
Hollywood director Sam
Home of Plato's Academy
Hors d'oeuvres toppings
In the style of
In ___ (actually)
John Boehner, e.g., in two ways: Abbr
Just marvelous
Kwanzaa time: Abbr
Language of Pakistan
Modern cab service alternative
Moon of Neptune
Mouth, slangily
Move out
N.H. winter setting
Nurse's focus, in brief
One chased in a car chase, for short
Parts of history
Poet's 'before'
Powdered lunch product from Lipton
Quiet sound of water on the side of a pail, say
River to the Seine
Sarge, e.g
Share a single bed ... or a hidden feature of 17-, 23-, 36- and 50-Across
Skip, as a sound
Stand-up comedian with multiple Emmys
Statue of Liberty material
Steep slope around a rampart
Stop getting any higher
Three-line verse
Town with Yiddish speakers
Under the cloak of night
Use a pogo stick

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