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Across
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Screenwriter Ben who wrote "Angels Over Broadway": HECHT
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"Wanna ___?": BET
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*One of two extremes in a saying: FEAST
14
Loud, as a crowd: AROAR
15
Firefighter's tool: AXE
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Grace's last name on "Will & Grace": ADLER
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Directive before "You're on 'Candid Camera'": SMILE
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Medium at Madame Tussauds: WAX
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Prefix with aggression: MICRO
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*Description of a glass, maybe: HALFFULL
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"Suppose ...": IFSAY
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Long, long time: EON
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Lion-colored: TAWNY
27
Perpetrate, as a crime: COMMIT
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"Thanks, it's just what I've always wanted," often: LIE
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Kind of state: ZEN
34
Fuss: HOOPLA
35
___ Jiabao, 2003-13 premier of China: WEN
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Kind of stick: POGO
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Put out: EMIT
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*Word in a classic Tolstoy title: PEACE
40
Thus: ERGO
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Moving well for one's age: SPRY
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Number it's good to be under: PAR
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Home of the Vasco da Gama Bridge, over 7.5 miles long: LISBON
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"___ sells seashells by the seashore": SHE
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Finalized: SET
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Not at all reasonable: INSANE
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Thus: ANDSO
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Grade sch. subject: SCI
51
Italian cheese city: PARMA
54
One who identifies with the answers to the starred Across clues: OPTIMIST
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Carrier name until 1997: USAIR
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Aduba of "Mrs. America": UZO
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Certain church gift: TITHE
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*Certain forecast: SHINE
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After tax: NET
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These: Sp.: ESTOS
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Church council: SYNOD
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Face cards, for short?: IDS
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Ocular woes: STYES
Down
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This-and-that dish: HASH
2
Humorist Bombeck: ERMA
3
Helix: COIL
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*Description of a glass, maybe: HALFEMPTY
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Girl Scout emblem: TREFOIL
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Cry like a baby: BAWL
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Lift up: EXALT
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Nickname for a wrangler: TEX
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*One of two extremes in a saying: FAMINE
10
Enlighten: EDIFY
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Oct. contest for a pennant: ALCS
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Word sung twice after "Que": SERA
13
Ancient siege site: TROY
21
Not being utilized, say: UNTAPPED
25
Eldest of the Baldwin brothers: ALEC
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Sommelier's handout: WINELIST
27
The mating game?: CHESS
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Energy, informally: OOMPH
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Wavy fabric pattern: MOIRE
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"The Greek" of film: ZORBA
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Goad: EGGON
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Nary a soul: NOONE
35
*Word in a classic Tolstoy title: WAR
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One who identifies with the answers to the starred Down clues: PESSIMIST
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Grub: EATS
44
Stirs up: INCITES
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Caught in a trap: SNARED
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___ acid: AMINO
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Moved like molasses: OOZED
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Kisser: PUSS
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Cinder-covered: ASHY
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*Certain forecast: RAIN
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Some kitchenware: POTS
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Teeny-tiny: ITTY
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Place for a lace: SHOE
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___ Gerritsen, author of romantic thrillers: TESS
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Place of higher education, to Brits: UNI