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New York Times crossword of November 14th, 2001 other clues
'Beverly Hills 90210' actor
'Blastoff!' preceder
'Bye Bye, Love' star, 1995
'The Cloister and the Hearth' author Charles
'___ cost you'
11th-century date
Argentine aunt
Argue at the bar
Becky Thatcher's creator
Bug a phone
Bug in one's throat?
Cafeteria item
Created a caricature
Cry after a close call
Dawn droplets
Dickens girl
Dickens girl
Feature of Greece but not Germany
First mate?
Hardly a brawl
Hardly the latest buzz
Hits to the stands
Homecoming attendee
How saxes sound
In accordance with
Lewis with Lamb Chop
Like a sleeping bag or a swimming pool
Like Anna's students
Married Madrileñas
Modern-day horse-and-buggy travelers
More run-down
Neighbor of Que.
Nickelodeon's 'Kenan & ___'
No gleeful giver
Notorious 1930's bank robber
One of Chekhov's 'Three Sisters'
Part of 'S.N.L.'
Peach Bowl venue
Pounds' sounds
Pucker producer
Severe spasm
Site for slicers
South American animal
South American capital
Styx site
Suffix with panel
Surrounded by
Theme of this puzzle
Trunk growth
Tuba note?
Under lock and key
Urge (on)
Victim of a Dutch disease
What have-nots have
William Saroyan's 'My Name Is ___'
Winter Olympics sight
Word before Father or Lady
Work the wheel
Zadora of 'Hairspray'
Zagros Mountains locale

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