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Across
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Skunk's defense: ODOR
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High school exam, for short: PSAT
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Reddish-purple salad ingredient: BEET
13
Apple TV+ alternative: HULU
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Shakespeare villain who says "I am not what I am": IAGO
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Literature Nobelist Alice: MUNRO
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They're long for an underdog: ODDS
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Steffi with seven Wimbledon titles: GRAF
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Church choir accompaniment: ORGAN
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Temp job?: METEOROLOGIST
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___/her pronouns: SHE
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Prevailed: WON
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Necklace that can be made with kukui nuts: LEI
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Prefix with liberal or conservative: NEO
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Union job?: WEDDINGPLANNER
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Ones potentially contacted in "first contact": ALIENS
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Vowel sound at the end of 15- and 26-Across: LONGO
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"La Vie en Rose" singer Edith: PIAF
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End of a hairy limb: PAW
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Watery or papery: THIN
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Yiddish "Yikes!": OYVEY
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Have ambitions (to): ASPIRE
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Flex job?: YOGAINSTRUCTOR
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It sells, it's said: SEX
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MSNBC competitor: CNN
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Chaired: RAN
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Like the opening of Mahler's Symphony No. 9: IND
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Dream job?: PSYCHOANALYST
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It travels at nearly 300 million meters per second: LIGHT
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Apple Store offerings: MACS
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Story of one's life?: OBIT
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"Music is powered by ___": Yo-Yo Ma: IDEAS
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Olympian's sword: EPEE
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Fuzzy bit of car décor: DICE
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Literature Nobelist Morrison: TONI
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Some lab liquids: SERA
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Like Scotch: AGED
Down
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"Well, well, well!": OHO
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Fizzling firework: DUD
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Encyclopedia volumes vis-à-vis Wikipedia, e.g.: OLDMEDIA
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Deceptive trick: RUSE
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Old-fashioned message carriers: PIGEONS
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South Asian wrap: SARONG
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Petri dish filler: AGAR
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Coming up next: TOFOLLOW
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Small town: BURG
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Driving force?: ENGINE
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One might take off a few marks: ERASER
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Spanish for "foolish": TONTO
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What may be heard in a herd: MOOING
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Exact lookalike: TWIN
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Slim and trim: LEAN
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Give this for that: SWAP
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Lead-in to pad: HELI
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Clear up, as ski goggles: DEFOG
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Works in a theater: PLAYS
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Likely to offend, in brief: NOTPC
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George Eliot and George Orwell, for two: PENNAMES
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Really prosper: HITITBIG
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___ Man, one of the Avengers: IRON
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Wonkish sort: NERD
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America's Cup vessels: YACHTS
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Bottleful in un ristorante: VINO
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It was once the world's fourth-largest lake: ARALSEA
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Sch. system with campuses in Buffalo and Binghamton: SUNY
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Affirmative reply to "Understand?": YESIDO
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Most abundant element in Earth's crust: OXYGEN
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Bullet with a trail: TRACER
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Bad break in bowling: SPLIT
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Spiced tea: CHAI
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Scruff of the neck: NAPE
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Many a cocktail mixer: SODA
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"Rocks" in a cocktail: ICE
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Big name in online talks: TED