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Across
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Wood strip: LATH
5
Circus animal balancing a ball on its nose: SEAL
9
Cook, as vegetables: STEAM
14
Farmland measure: ACRE
15
___ Major (the Big Dipper): URSA
16
Issue to discuss: TOPIC
17
Former CNN anchor with a true-crime series on the Investigation Discovery channel: PAULAZAHN
19
Apple tablets: IPADS
20
Shrimp dish: SCAMPI
21
On the ocean: ASEA
23
German article: EIN
24
Places where kids can feed goats and sheep: PETTINGZOOS
30
College entrance exams: SATS
32
"Approximately speaking": ORSO
33
Obsolescent TV hookup: VCR
34
Annoying: PESKY
37
Round trips?: ORBITS
40
Classic Nintendo character named after F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife: PRINCESSZELDA
43
Like Mr. Spock's ears: POINTY
44
Failed epically: ATEIT
45
Hoppy quaff, in brief: IPA
46
Body part that a Manx cat lacks: TAIL
48
Western lily: SEGO
52
Warsaw currency: POLISHZLOTY
57
Neighbor of Syria: Abbr.: LEB
58
___ (the Jet) Walker, Basketball Hall-of-Famer: CHET
59
Long-haired, pot-smoking 1960s stereotype: HIPPIE
61
Eyelashes: CILIA
64
So simple ... like 17-, 24-, 40- and 52-Across?: EASYPEASY
67
Ballpark purchase in a bun: FRANK
68
Study, study, study: CRAM
69
Tennis great Arthur: ASHE
70
Overhang: LEDGE
71
Eyelid affliction: STYE
72
Warty fly-catcher: TOAD
Down
1
Unwanted gaps: LAPSES
2
Thorny tree: ACACIA
3
School skipper: TRUANT
4
Captain's post: HELM
5
"The World of ___ Wong": SUZIE
6
Timeline segment: ERA
7
Wood for a baseball bat: ASH
8
Hawaiian porches: LANAIS
9
Larsson who wrote the "Millennium" trilogy: STIEG
10
November birthstone: TOPAZ
11
Smog-monitoring org.: EPA
12
Lend a hand: AID
13
Ones making introductions, in brief: MCS
18
TikTok, Instagram or Google's Find My Device: APP
22
Kind of alarm often activated in the morning: SNOOZE
25
Puff from a pipe or cigarette: TOKE
26
It's hoisted on a brig in high winds: TRYSAIL
27
"Ars Amatoria" poet: OVID
28
Twice tetra-: OCTA
29
Many takers of 30-Across: Abbr.: SRS
31
Whirl or twirl: SPIN
35
Sinus doc: ENT
36
Grim Reaper's implement: SCYTHE
38
Big retailer of outdoor gear: REI
39
Three-ingredient sandwiches, for short: BLTS
40
Law officers, in slang: POPO
41
Iranian money: RIAL
42
Normandy battle site in W.W. II: STLO
43
Backup singer for Gladys Knight: PIP
47
Montezuma's people: AZTECS
49
Only major Texas city on Mountain Time: ELPASO
50
Performer in a kimono: GEISHA
51
Did as directed: OBEYED
53
Sweet cake topper: ICING
54
Malted, e.g.: SHAKE
55
Spice whose name consists of two consecutive pronouns: THYME
56
Bark like a lap dog: YIP
60
Fuel from a bog: PEAT
61
North-of-the-border sports org.: CFL
62
Fury: IRE
63
Young fellow: LAD
65
Good name for a museum curator?: ART
66
"___ what?": SAY