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New York Times crossword of November 23rd, 1997 other clues
Pub fixture
R.B.I. producers, often
Restrained, after 'on'
River known for disastrous floods
Rum mixers
Seasonal songs
See 11-Down
Seine sight
Shakespearean prince
She follows an order
Short shots
Sicilia or Capri
Sister of Helios
Skaters do them
Slip up
Snow construction
Song ___
Start with Cone or Cat
Steak ___ (flambéed dish)
Stove or washer: Abbr.
Strip's apparition
Strip's bête noire
Strip's comforter
Strip's creator, born 11/26/22
Strip's cry of disgust
Strip's smallest character
Strip's trademark remark
Stylish magazine
Sushi offering
Swift Malay boat
In stitches
Indy quest
Japanese hand scroll
Jelly ingredient
Kind of card
Lacked, briefly
Loud, resonant sound
Manhattan neighborhood
Mariner's dir.
Math branch: Abbr.
Maynard G. of 60's TV
Monorail vehicle
More apt to bore
Moscow's locale: Abbr.
News broadcast closer
Old geographical inits.
Old-fashioned cold remedies
One of the 12 tribes of Israel
Peeper pleaser
Perfume, as at Mass
Perfume, as at Mass
Petit chanteur
Pierce player on TV
Poppy plant derivative
Popular proverb from the strip
Pound sound
Predecessor of the strip
'...two mints ___!'
'Dallas' Miss
'Damn Yankees' vamp
'Finnegans Wake' wife
'Melancholia' engraver
'The best ___ to come'
'The Prince and the Pauper' star, 1937
'___ Davis Eyes' (1981 #1 song)
1992 Earth Summit host
Abbr. on a ticket
Adam of 'Chicago Hope'
Airline employees
Alan and Cheryl
Baby caretaker
Best Director of 1992
Book before Job: Abbr.
Bra specification
Brings in
Brought on
But, to Brutus
Capitol Hill V.I.P.: Abbr.
The Lion of God
They may be just
They're not cool
Tobacco mouthful
Training overseer?: Abbr.
Treat on a toothpick
Type of tide
Wear black, perhaps
Western wolf
Whale of a captain?
When to sing 25-Across
With 80-Down, Frieda's do in the strip
Young newts
___ profit
Checkup sounds
Clark's big role
Cloyingly charming
Counting aid
Counting aid
Density symbol
Depth: Prefix
Designer Simpson
DHL alternative
Direction at sea
Dog hounder
Door sign
E.R. figures
Early alias of 68-Across
Évian, notably
Experienced one
Fashion designer Pucci
First name in exploration
Fluid ___
French town opposite Brighton
Fully anesthetized
Govt. antidiscrimination org.
Grammy-winning Carey
Grease pencil, for one
Great Western Forum player
Greek nickname
Gremlins, Pacers, etc.
Having a gap
Hopping joint?
Humerus site

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