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New York Times Crossword October 31 2020 Crossword Answers
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Disney villain based on King Claudius
´, in French
Site of an early miracle
Dance craze during the Roaring Twenties
Lacking in excitement
Pioneering band in nu metal
Onetime trade org.
Hiss at a Congressional hearing
Food from a bar
“Yeah, you wish!”
Post-marathon treatment, maybe
It’s a thing in Mexico
Product that becomes an item to which it’s applied after shifting the last letter one spot down in the alphabet
Part of Comedy Central’s logo
___ minute (cooked to order)
Protective wear around shellfish, maybe
Wow, just wow
Route for pulling a boat
Form of graffiti
Choices for sushi chefs
A to B, say: Abbr.
A to B, say
Edit menu option
Cheese from Wales, not southeastern Pennsylvania
Battle of the Hedgerows locale
Deserving more credit
Strip of ownership
Parrot, in a way
Like hen’s teeth
Soarer by the shore
It’s noted for its alums
“Les Nuits d’___” (Berlioz work)
Activity of self-interest
Insect depicted in hieroglyphics
Sources of crunch for a salad
Things on the small slide?
Crispy order at a Japanese restaurant
Abbr. in a sports injury report
Office chair feature
Something fit for a king or queen
Titular children’s song lyric after “Et la tête!”
One way to get rid of things
Ending with Angel
Dweller in the Himalayas
Course for many a high schooler, in brief
Who allegedly said “No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country”
Overseas insurance giant
European city where the first carbonated beverage was invented
Move quickly, as a cloud
Timecard entries: Abbr.