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New York Times Crossword Answers November 25 2020
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
University of New Mexico mascot
___ Drago (“Rocky IV” villain)
Polar ___ (weather phenomenon)
___ Kemper, player of TV’s Kimmy Schmidt
Choice on “Let’s Make a Deal”
Extravagant but superficial display
Stamp on an envelope [and 16-Across flipped]
Prefix with thermal
Parts of accordions
It takes a glider up to launch altitude
Southwest city on the Salt River
It’s parallel to a radius
Indian state along the Himalayas
Basic kind of shoe [and 31-Across flipped]
Condition often causing repetitive behavior, in brief
Villain defeated by Puss in Boots
Sounds heard here and there in a nursery rhyme
Herbal drink full of antioxidants [and 50-Across flipped]
Turner who launched CNN
Bethlehem ___ (old company)
Some E.R. cases
Loretta with the #1 country hit “Coal Miner’s Daughter”
Shade of green
Like the head of a tennis racket
Concerns for Cinderella and her stepsisters
Buck ___, first African-American coach in Major League Baseball
TV’s ___ Raw
It’s a wrap
Naturally occurring example of “opposites attract”?
Group at a wedding
1986 celebrity autobiography
20-ounce Starbucks order
Sing the praises of
Juggling or ventriloquism
Actress Katherine of “27 Dresses”
Part of a squad
Traditional ingredient in a manhattan
Disco ___ (“The Simpsons” character)
Greeting south of the border
Signed, sealed or delivered
Cousin of intuition
One way to wait
Wasn’t upright, say
One in a coop
Cable news anchor Melber
“Fall in love” or “fall to pieces”
Coral reef dweller
Hammers and sickles
Wipe, as a hard drive
Eldest von Trapp daughter in “The Sound of Music”
German chancellor ___ von Bismarck
Like cut logs
N.F.L. stat: Abbr.