New York Times Crossword November 30 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword November 30 2017 Answers

  • Word after hot or open
  • Blood letters
  • ___ Explorer (browser)
  • Schnozz
  • Wings
  • Pope before Leo VI
  • For two
  • Potpourri
  • Congress
  • Bella of 1970s politics
  • Unpredictable sort
  • “Oh, cry me a river!”
  • Giving heat?
  • Duty
  • Neighbor of India and China in Risk
  • Cheerful tune
  • Cocktail party spread
  • Foreigner song with the lyric “With that one guitar / He’ll come alive”
  • Gaming debut of 2001
  • Agent
  • Actress Headey
  • Join voluntarily
  • Just what the doctor ordered, for short?
  • Turn on the waterworks
  • Watch over
  • Google heading
  • Novelist Ferber
  • Filter target
  • Pull off
  • Unearth
  • Pet store category
  • Lazy ___
  • Good at repartee
  • Big name in microprocessors
  • ___-de-sac
  • Chinese menu possessive
  • Take some swings
  • Army ___
  • Success in the game 60-Across … or a hint to interpreting the circled squares
  • Winter coat
  • Each
  • Venomous African snake
  • Quandaries
  • Duchess of ___ (Goya subject)
  • “Ghosts” playwright
  • Cartoon dog
  • Trollish sort
  • 1984 Schwarzenegger sequel
  • Go fast
  • Reeves of “The Matrix”
  • Kind of bar
  • ___ Ranch (onetime “Texas White House”)
  • Early form of airmail?
  • “Yay, me!”
  • It’s measured in cups
  • Minor but essential part
  • “In this way”
  • Round floor cleaner
  • Many a bar mitzvah attendee
  • Chrysler model discontinued in 2010
  • Mother of the Virgin Mary
  • Butters up?
  • Opened one’s mouth but didn’t speak?
  • Fair-hiring inits.
  • Campaign freebie
  • Scary figure in Stephen King’s “It”
  • Grinder
  • Org. whose symbol is an eagle atop a key
  • Run-of-the-mill
  • Language from which “kayak” comes
  • Pac-12 team
  • It’s four units long in a popular board game (with the game’s other pieces hinted at by the circled letters)
  • Red giant in the constellation Cetus
  • A penny is a small one
  • Express
  • Future C.P.A.’s study
  • “Gotta go,” in textspeak
  • Fragrant compound