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Wodehouse's Wooster crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 10th, 2001 other clues
'I can give you a lift'
'Magic Hour' novelist Susan
Acrylic fiber
Anchor ring
Bronx cheer recipients?
Build a tree house?
Clodhopper's securer
Contemporary count
Cross words
Diamond, e.g.
Diamondback, e.g.
Director Vittorio De ___
Electric flux symbol
Eye discharge
Fairy tale figure
Firedome and Firesweep
Flips over
Following, with 'to'
Fragrant oil
Garb for some parties
Give ___ go
Goat features
Hardly pleased with
He made his horse a senator
High land
Historical figure portrayed in 'Quills'
Hot stuff
In payment of
Info on library slips
It runs in the woods
It's based on 'The Berlin Stories'
It's placed on the bottom
Jelly not used in sandwiches
Latin connections
Letter before gimel
Like some phone nos.
More than snack
Musical genre, in brief
Need for a melt, maybe
Never seemed to end
Off-roaders' choices, briefly
Old gum brand
Painter Klimt
Passbook abbr.
People whose business is picking up?
Phidias subject
Place for a pullover?
Portable cutter
Possessed child in 'The Omen'
Private reply?
Put down in print
Some airline employees
Song that quotes the Gettysburg Address in 'Hair'
Tempts, in a way
Texas college town
The Eddas were written in it
The New Yorker caricaturist Edward
They have flat tops
Unit of conductance
Unlikely to be committed
Where to make riel wages?

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