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New York Times crossword of November 3rd, 2001 other clues
'Another Green World' composer
'Pink Panther' films actor
Actress Rubens and others
Arrived effortlessly
Bank offerings
Block boundaries: Abbr.
Busted party
Clear up
Competition site beginning 1965
Corporate sect.
Dame Everage
Destroy gradually
Didn't command
Displayed displeasure
Do regularly
Est., once
Follower or preceder of age
Form of Spanish 'to be'
Former Canadian P.M. Campbell
Frees from constraint
Gets grasped
Guisado cooker
Hollins University loc.
Iron clothes?
It may deliver the goods
It may precede a time
Kind of charge: Abbr.
Kind of skirt
Like some fans
Look closely
Make a person crazy
More anxious
Natural narcotic
Not brilliant
Not singly
One of the 13: Abbr.
One working on a column?
Prefix with parasite
Propels shells
Put more paper into
Rathskeller stock
Razor brand
Satirical play of 1921
Shooting setting
Sildenafil ___ (Viagra's active ingredient)
Some honored Brits: Abbr.
Some satellite launchers
Somewhat hard
Source of global warming
Stark alternative
They make connections
Trump, possibly
Two-time Newbery winner Lowry
U.S. Olympic swimming gold medalist Torres
Uttered shrilly
Very pleasant
You may draw from it
___ omen (God forbid)

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