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Across
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Offers a fist, in a way: DAPS
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Speak like Clint Eastwood: RASP
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Irritated: HUFFY
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Fort ___ (Peace Bridge terminus): ERIE
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Middle range: ALTO
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Can't get enough of: ADORE
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Mental goof: BRAINFART
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Sophia of "Two Women": LOREN
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Deep-fried Japanese pork cutlet: TONKATSU
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They come in waffle and sugar varieties: CONES
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Faint theatrically: SWOON
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General on a menu: TSO
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A.T.M. maker: NCR
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___Kosh B'gosh: OSH
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Recruits: HIRESON
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Hamilton and Burr, for two: BITTERENEMIES
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Pool class: WATERAEROBICS
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Steamy period pieces: BODICERIPPERS
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Pans: TRASHES
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Common way to communicate at Gallaudet University, in brief: ASL
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Equinox mo.: SEP
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Latest gossip, in modern lingo: TEA
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Restraint: LEASH
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Not *quite* a failure: DPLUS
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It's bald on its face: NAKEDLIE
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Green features: HOLES
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It's hardly Châteauneuf-du-Pape: BOXEDWINE
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Dana Elaine ___, a.k.a. Queen Latifah: OWENS
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Torpid: IDLE
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Cared for, as some injuries: ICED
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Belgian Expressionist James: ENSOR
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What might have ___: BEEN
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"Any ___?": NEWS
Down
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Credit card charges, essentially: DEBTS
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Keyboard symbol: ARROW
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Soft: PIANO
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Japanese watch brand: SEIKO
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Host: RAFT
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Lead-in to some regrets: ALAS
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Walk around like you own the place: STRUT
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Dope: POT
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Beyoncé song with the line "I got my angel now": HALO
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Thick noodle: UDON
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Field that involves blood, sweat and tears?: FORENSICS
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Some works by Goya: FRESCOES
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Deep desire: YEN
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Small-scale study, for short: NANOTECH
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Some pinball machines, e.g.: COINOPS
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Tibetan ethnic group: SHERPA
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I.C.U. figures: RNS
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Most of the alphabet, in Washington, D.C.: STREETS
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Something drawn by an invisible horse outside Disney's Haunted Mansion: HEARSE
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Was revolting?: REBELLED
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Mideast ruler: EMIR
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Corrupting sorts: BADAPPLES
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"Affirmative": ITIS
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Popular gear retailer: REI
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Nagged and nagged and nagged: WOREDOWN
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First K-pop group to perform at the Grammys: BTS
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Terminal type: ANODE
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Buzz Aldrin's given name: EDWIN
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Children's character who asks herself "And what is the use of a book without pictures or conversations?": ALICE
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Tendon: SINEW
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Obeys: HEEDS
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One side of a classic late- night feud: LENO
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Red states, once, in brief: USSR
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Toll unit, at times: AXLE
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Sharp: KEEN
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It might turn up a plot: HOE
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Diner's neckwear: BIB