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World capital that's an anagram of Azerbaijan's capital + L crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 17th, 2018 other clues
Gem that's been polished but not faceted
2011 musical with the highest-charting Broadway cast album since 'Hair' in 1969
Novelist Mario Vargas ___
Tony-winning musical with three B'way runs
Actress Alexander of 'Get Out'
Pacific types
Georgia ___
Amsterdam feature
Part of Q.E.F
Going in
Animal cry in a nursery rhyme
Pitch for a whole season?
Vessels with sharp bows
Play honor
Apex predators of the past
Word from the Italian for 'crush'
Hang in there!
Play starter
Work together (with)
Heyday of many serials
Player of the mother on 'Black-ish'
Band since 1922
High-ranking suits
Plied, in a way
___ king
Basic cable inits
Homme land?
Removes roots and all
Big name in late-night
Inferior-quality item, informally
Retro picture
'It has one syllable' and 'Its fourth letter is T'
Blown away
Is up on
Dashed off, say
Rich store
*scratches head*
Cards on a scoreboard
It's measured in degs
Die on one side of Italy?
Set apart
Catlike Pokémon with an onomatopoeic name
Kia Rio competitor
Singer of the 1989 #1 hit 'Opposites Attract'
Couple on the road?
Mantle's cover
Some causes of brain freeze
Doing super-well
Melt alternative, for short
Spanish term of endearment
'Baudolino' novelist
Dolly user
Missed out, e.g
Staple, e.g
End of some affluent community names
More watery
Summer slip-ons
Features of jack-in-the-boxes
Name on 2016 campaign buttons
Susquehannock Indian relatives
Foal : horse :: cria : ___
System used for computer code

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