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Across
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Duck: AVOID
6
Imaginary ordinal: NTH
9
Duck: SHIRK
14
Word of leave-taking: PEACE
15
Swing ___ (1933-47): ERA
16
Tablecloths and napkins: LINEN
17
Duck: TAKECOVER
19
It could be a problem: ISSUE
20
Strategically evasive: SLY
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Handout for a walking tour: AREAMAP
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Cosy "spot": TEA
24
Mike of "Shrek": MYERS
25
___ duck: DONALD
27
Total disarray: CHAOS
30
Heavenly: Prefix: URANO
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Attachment for a bit: REIN
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Big snarl: RATSNEST
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Print "oopses": ERRATA
40
Examine: EYE
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Be in a mood and brood: STEW
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Wet wood woe: DRYROT
43
Largest lake in Ethiopia: TANA
44
Average mark: CEE
45
Has in hand: HOLDS
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Duck, e.g.: BATHTOY
50
Lightning strike: ZAP
51
Cotton gin inventor Whitney: ELI
52
A chance of a lifetime, say: ONESHOT
55
Raphael's weapon in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles": SAI
58
"The Duck Variations" playwright: MAMET
60
Duck: STOOPDOWN
62
Mexican pal: AMIGO
63
Conger, for one: EEL
64
Swiss author of "Elements of Algebra": EULER
65
Duck: DODGE
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Pigpen: STY
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"Duck, duck ..." follower: GOOSE
Down
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High-rise units: Abbr.: APTS
2
___ parmigiana: VEAL
3
Like many a barrel-aged wine: OAKY
4
"Rocks" in a tumbler: ICE
5
Molds, e.g.: DECAYS
6
"Henceforth I ___ will be Romeo": NEVER
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Keep close to one's heart: TREASURE
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No ___, no foul: HARM
9
Laceless shoes: SLIPONS
10
What a flat "b" palm facing a nearby fellow stands for, in A.S.L.: HIS
11
Pic-sharing app, informally: INSTA
12
The second "R" in J. R. R. Tolkien: REUEL
13
Prepare to proof, in baking: KNEAD
18
It's mined, all mined!: ORE
22
"It's ___!" ("We're on!"): ADATE
24
Butterfly also called a common tiger or wanderer: MONARCH
26
Perpetual: NONSTOP
27
Street ___ (rep): CRED
28
What to call a man in Mannheim: HERR
29
Like cheese puffs and rice cakes: AIRY
31
Tampa Bay pro: RAY
34
List ender: Abbr.: ETAL
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Transmit: SEND
36
Opening on Christmas Eve?: TWAS
38
In direct confrontation: TOETOTOE
39
Used as a dining surface: ATEON
45
Coatroom fixture: HATPEG
46
"Fine, stay angry then!": BEMAD
47
Mission to remember in San Antonio: ALAMO
48
Skittish: TIMID
49
Sís and das: YESES
50
Scene of pandemonium: ZOO
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Editor's "Forget I wrote that": STET
54
Sanctified: HOLY
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Musician's chance to shine, perhaps: SOLO
56
Flabbergasts or gobsmacks: AWES
57
Memo subject header: INRE
59
Something a duck lays: EGG
61
Bugs and Daffy in "The Iceman Ducketh," e.g.: DUO