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Here are the answers to New York Times Crossword puzzles Monday November 28 2016
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“Ben-___” – HUR
“Bowiemania” and “Come Together: America Salutes the Beatles” – TRIBUTEALBUMS

“Dear old” person – DAD
“I know! I know!” – OHOH
“Our Gang” dog – PETEY
“___ goes nothin’!” – HERE
“___ Thurman” (Fall Out Boy song) – UMA
1948-94, in South Africa – APARTHEIDERA
Actress Kirsten of “Spider-Man” – DUNST
Adobe material – CLAY
After curfew – LATE
Allay, as fears – SOOTHE
Appear, as problems – CROPUP
Baddie – NOGOODNIK
Balkan country once part of Yugoslavia – SERBIA
Be extremely frugal – SCRIMP
Bill with Hamilton’s visage – TEN
Bitter rivals – SWORNENEMIES
Broadway offerings – SHOWS
Buzzer – BEE
Catch sight of – ESPY
Chicken ___ king – ALA
Children’s game … or the circled words in 20-, 28- and 48-Across – DUCKDUCKGOOSE
Chum, in Chihuahua – AMIGO
Common play on fourth down – PUNT
Demolish – RAZE
Diamond officials, informally – UMPS
Draw out – EDUCE
Dressed to the nines – GUSSIEDUP
Economist Smith – ADAM
Fit for the job – ABLE
Floating block of ice – BERG
Flower that”s also a girl’s name – PETUNIA
Go ___ (no longer follow orders) – ROGUE
Group that included Demi Moore and Emilio Estevez – BRATPACK
Hole in one – ACE
Homer Simpson’s neighbor – NED
Huffed and puffed – BLEW
I.S.P. with a butterfly logo – MSN
Ice cream brand known as Dreyer”s west of the Rockies – EDYS

In close proximity – NEAR
Inventor of a “code” – MORSE
It may have 40, 60 or 75 watts – BULB
Klein of Vox.com – EZRA
Legislator – ENACTOR
Letter-shaped metal fastener – TNUT
Like most consignment shop items – USED
Links org – USGA
Literature Nobelist Gordimer – NADINE
Majestic Yellowstone creature – ELK
Makes a blanket, e.g – KNITS
McKellen who played Gandalf – IAN
Multiple-choice options – ABORC
Part of an archipelago – ISLE
Quick swim – DIP
Rain jackets – SLICKERS
Razor brand – ATRA
Senate staffers – AIDES
Senegal’s capital – DAKAR
Shell out – PAY
Shoshone or Sioux – TRIBE
Southern corn breads – PONES
Sprinted – RAN
T. S. Eliot’s Rum ___ Tugger – TUM
Take forcibly – USURP
Taxis – CABS
That, in Tabasco – ESO
Things pushed around a supermarket – CARTS
Tony ___, 1990s-2000s British P.M – BLAIR
Venue for a rock concert – ARENA
Vile – NASTY
What a knife wound might leave – SCAR
What lions and big engines do – ROAR
What the Forbes 400 measures – WEALTH
Wiccan or Druid – PAGAN
Zapped with a stun gun – TASED


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