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New York Times Crossword November 7 2019 Crossword Answers
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Singled or doubled
Words declining an invitation
Character voiced by Samuel L. Jackson in “The Incredibles”
Stimpy, on “The Ren & Stimpy Show”
Tako, on a sushi menu
9 to 5, e.g.
One born on a kibbutz
Senate majority leader between Dole and Daschle
Sealing wax ingredient
First-magnitude star in Cygnus
College city on I-35
Walter ___, 1950s-’70s Dodgers manager
One tapped for a stage show?
In poorer financial shape, say
Country music’s ___ Young Band
Ad word often written with an exclamation point
“Can I get an ___?”
“Happy Days” character played by Marion Ross, informally
Gets a six-pack, say
Kind of kind
George’s mother on “Seinfeld”
Drinks in flutes
Former Indiana arena that hosted four Final Fours
Big fantasy sports betting site
Rock band with the 1988 #1 hit “Need You Tonight”
Onetime British band whose name consists of letters suggesting “bliss”
Alternatives to Krogers and Safeways
Something everyone on earth experiences
Swimmer with big calves
“Get going already!”
Still being developed
___ Ingalls Wilder, author of “Little House on the Prairie”
They can be used as icebreakers
Spicy finger food
Highlights of some political campaigns
Colorado city on the Rio Grande
Character in “Friends”
Hall-of-Fame coach Ewbank
Engine part that distributes lubrication evenly
A Bobbsey twin
Online buster of myths
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse player, for short