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New York Times crossword of November 13th, 2022 other clues
Sell, as bicycles?
Coups in journalism
What might prompt a run for congress?
Arctic jacket
Hairspray brand since the 1950s
Big name in pain relief
Band whose final album, "Synchronicity," was their most popular, with "The"
More in need of practice
24 horas from now
Big name in pain relief
Used an unspoken language
One not getting in too deep
Chinese zodiac animal
Tiny amount of time: Abbr.
Game typically played in the dark
Become established
Calf site
Common concert merch
Pronoun for Frenchwomen
Like diamonds
It shares a key with "!"
It might be stuck on the chopping block
Rise, as a steed might
Politico Cheney
Color wheel options
Old yellers?
Animal with a prominent proboscis
Trifling, informally
Lab-engineered fare, facetiously … or a hint to the six crossings of shaded squares
Totenberg of NPR
"___ at 11" (local news promo)
Prefix with biology
Thing moving through a tube, maybe
Qom home
Lenovo competitor
Bountiful harvests for farmers … or another hint to the crossings of shaded squares
What gorillas have that giraffes lack?
Spot for a tattoo
Prefix with biology
Peter Pan alternative
Achieved a flight training milestone
Hiking group?
Email symbols, informally
Target of an annual shot
Worker who makes a ton of dough
Terse affirmation
Producers of multiple outs, for short
Like a very heavy sleeper
It's "rarely pure and never simple," per Oscar Wilde
Bit of hairstyling
Mop's partner, in a brand name
Measures up to
Tight (with)
Pipes up
Pinkerton who founded the Pinkerton detective agency
Unpredictable change
Is delighted by the invitation
"Brille Brille Petite ___" (children's song abroad)
Mesopotamian metropolis
Thinks up
Experience sharer
Got in order
Fast-sounding freshwater fish
Eye-grabbing email subject line
Tree of the custard apple family
"The ___ Holmes Mysteries" (young adult series)
Gave (out)
Makes some deep cuts in
Barely squeeze (by)
Unlawful occupant
Swear word
Swear word
Garnish for a Gibson cocktail
Jurors, to a defendant
Word with food, clothes or entertainment
Quick escapes
Cry of perfection from a carpenter?
City NW of Bar Harbor
Retort to "No, you're not able"
Has for supper
Seeing someone socially
Loud, as a crowd
"For ___, all nature is too little": Seneca
Tesla but not Edison
Vast quantity
Smart ___
Bad look
Kenan's comedy partner
Queen commemorated on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Objects from faraway lands
Not so harsh
Land of leprechauns
Seek, as punitive payment
1993 R&B hit with the lyric "Keep playin' that song all night"
Seat of Utah County
Most off-the-wall
Alphabet ___
Illegal, as a download
Return payments?
Totally terrif
Go back for more
"Knives Out" actress Ana de ___
"Happy to!"
Contacts via Instagram, informally
Singer/songwriter ___ Mai
They start in the corners
Bygone magazine for rock music enthusiasts
Beast with a mouth best left unexamined
Where you went
Longtime Progressive spokeswoman
Vehicle that might have parachute brakes
Brand name-checked in Paul Simon's "Kodachrome"
It's hot right now
Some skin care ingredients, informally
Relative of a waterspout
More cocksure
Sch. for which John Wayne played tackle
Wedding proposal?
So-called "father of geometry"
Honors in the ad biz
Fit in
"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" spinoff
Unpopular food that's rich in minerals
Hägar the Horrible's hound
105-Down, e.g.
Spanish dirección
Source of big green eggs

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