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Neighbor of Lucy and Ricky on "I Love Lucy" crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 24th, 2019 other clues
Bondsman, of late?
It has some miles on it
Not yet in the database
A.P. courses, e.g.
Summer camp activity
Emily Dickinson's "I heard ___ buzz - when I died"
Wonder-working biblical prophet
Creator of Mike Hammer
In the mood for love
Main theme of "Othello"
Climax of "The Shawshank Redemption"
Picnic, e.g.
Bumming, as cigarettes
Rotting evidence
Clicking counters
Imprint permanently
Means of communication without interference
Insulation and sealing material
Thrice due
Not generics
Went skiing
Hit 1997 film condemned by the Chinese government
Fixture in a chocolate factory
Least normal
Like some arts
James who starred in 1970s TV's "How the West Was Won"
Name originally proposed (but not adopted) for Utah
Paint a false picture of
Weigh station lineup
Fuel-carrying ships
Event that usually has gate crashers?
Methods of studying pooled data
Peak in 1980 headlines
Representation of the real world in literature and art
NASA's spacecraft Dawn began orbiting it in 2015
Clowns sometimes put them on
List-ending phrase
Big to-do
Given a heads-up about
Subscription service with an arrow in its logo
Something that's not contracted very often
Partly sheltered area near land in which vessels ride at anchor
Petty officers on police duty while a ship is in port
Nobleman above un conte
Dickens orphan
One way to stand by
Anticipatory time
Certain Thanksgiving turkey serving
"Nice and rosy" things in the song "Sleigh Ride"
Founder of New York's Odditorium in 1939
Like burning rubber
Les Aléoutiennes, e.g.
House minority leader before Pelosi (1995-2003)
Half of a reproach
Sitcom/film star who was named People's "Most Beautiful Woman" twice
Staying fresh
Chicory variety
Topics for fashion magazines
Elevator near an arch?
Something that can be performed da capo
Campus abutting Drexel, informally
Beat by a whisker
What all NaCl molecules have
Persian, e.g.
"Yeah, right!"
Steinbeck family
Blake who composed "I'm Just Wild About Harry"
Early employer of Steve Jobs
Head residents?
Many T-ball coaches
Spherical bacterium
Not regularly standing
Something to drive home
Cousins of kites
Bird on California's state quarter
Running mate?
Standard features of almanacs
Department capital SE of Paris
Get married, in slang
2004 sci-fi thriller inspired by a classic 1950 book
Bigeye, on some menus
Some sewers
Wine components
Mother ___
Buzzy body?
Like some coincidences
French for "twenty"
End of many town names
Par ___
Is thick (with)
Shade akin to turquoise
Word after old or dog
Longtime dairy aisle mascot
What a big sock might make you do
Reached maturity
Onetime Procter & Gamble product on Time magazine's list of "The 50 Worst Inventions"
"___ Said," 2019 best seller on the #MeToo movement
Rare and valuable instruments
Like restaurants with three Michelin stars
Amplifier of radio signals
Mild, light-colored cigar
German industrial region
Dolly in "Hello, Dolly!," e.g.
Paris's Place ___ Bastille
Nanny, in Nanjing
Lose sleep, so to speak
"Not true!"
Schoolyard retort
Spa offering
Publication whose first ed. took more than 70 years to complete
Beat by a whisker
"Don't text and drive" ad, e.g., in brief

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