The clue "'Fish are friends, not ___' (line from 'Finding Nemo')" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on November 9 2018.
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|'Fish are friends, not ___' (line from 'Finding Nemo')|
|'Jingle Bells' contraction|
|'The Devil's playthings'|
|'This one's ___'|
|Adjusts the parameters of|
|Agreeable answer to an invitation|
|Breaking it might be cause for celebration|
|Butterfly chrysalises, e.g|
|Caesar's conquest of 58-50 B.C|
|Call mean names, say|
|Calls funny names, say|
|Certain street art|
|Common Christmas decoration|
|Competitor of Us Weekly|
|Drapers' units: Abbr|
|Eponymous Belgian resort town|
|First U.S. company to be valued at $1 trillion|
|Follow the script|
|General direction of I-77: Abbr|
|Gets into shape?|
|Group whose past members have included six U.S. presidents|
|J. J.'s sister on 'Good Times'|
|Largest carrier in Japan|
|Like some college applicants|
|Like some early learning, for short|
|Look of astonishment|
|Made a case|
|Much of Generation Z, today|
|Old Speckled Hen, for one|
|Ones who find it difficult to go out?|
|Provides, as aid|
|Romeo's was 'a most sharp sauce,' per Shakespeare|
|Setting for 'Siddhartha'|
|Some high-rise constructions|
|Something found near the tongue?|
|Take a sip of|
|Times Square, you might say|
|Wine town in Piedmont|
|___ Bar, Ireland's oldest pub, dating to A.D. 900|