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New York Times crossword of November 29th, 2017 other clues
Gnocchi topper
Show signs of life
Command to a dog
___ mater
Motionless conditions
Gospel star Winans
Sign of balance?
___ of use
'The following is completely true:'
Gym rat's count
Six-time Sugar Bowl winner, for short
Observe Ramadan
Half of quadraphonic
On the ocean
Deduce, with 'out'
Helper: Abbr
So-called 'self-wringing' cleaning implement
Director DuVernay
Hershey toffee bar
Source of trendy health juices
Early 2000s Fox reality show
Square after four
Pear variety
'Don't you agree?,' in British lingo
Email holder
Tear to bits
Plate umpire's call
'___ the ramparts ...'
Iconic chain restaurant, informally
Tennis technique
Pleasure from inflicting pain
Is in the offing
Tennis umpire's call
Emotionally honest
2015's Obergefell v. Hodges, for one
It may come from a fountain
They're held at the beginning of the season
Extracurricular group
Japanese art style
Product of assorted tones of makeup
Baler input
Two-tone apex predator
Filmmaker Kurosawa
Japanese drum
Reader's Digest offering
Big get for a reporter
Way more than a few
Food from a root
Japanese noodle type
Ready to retire
Brand name after 'Oh! Oh!,' in old ads
Column that leans to one side?
Japanese noodle type
Reason for a hospitalization
Castigate, with 'out'
More firm, as footing
Who is told 'don't preach,' in a Madonna hit
Leon Uris's '___ 18'
From ___ Z
Record label for the singers starting 18-, 40-, 45- and 66-Across
Channel with a 24-hour 'A Christmas Story' marathon on Christmas
Word with coal or pine
Frozen drink brand
Row at the bottom of a spreadsheet
Coconutty Girl Scout cookies
___ land
___ lepton (elementary particle)

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