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Across
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Quite dry, but sparkling?: BRUT
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Swallow or duck: BIRD
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Instrument with 47 strings and seven pedals: HARP
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___ fide: BONA
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Proven: TRUE
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Hummus, e.g.: PUREE
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Flip: QUICKSALE
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Paperless return option: EFILE
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Altercation: SETTO
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Flop: EPICFAIL
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Itsy-bitsy biter: FLEA
25
Volunteers: ENLISTS
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Flip-flop: CASUALSANDAL
30
Metonym for the U.S. Congress, with "the": HILL
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Cheney in the House: LIZ
32
Matches up: SYNCS
36
Mathematician Lovelace: ADA
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Rock band that memorably played Carnegie Hall on 2/12/1964, with "the": BEATLES
40
One of the Manning brothers: ELI
41
Verboten: TABOO
43
Polish off: EAT
44
Goal of philanthropy: GOOD
45
Flip-flop: POLICYCHANGE
49
Dr. Montgomery on "Grey's Anatomy": ADDISON
52
Fancy pillowcase: SHAM
53
Flip: COINTOSS
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Doesn't buy, say: RENTS
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Make a knot not?: UNTIE
60
Flop: PLUNKDOWN
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Education professional: TUTOR
64
Drink of Athens: OUZO
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Asics competitor: AVIA
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Famed English boarding school: ETON
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Stepped: TROD
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Andrew who ran for president and mayor of New York City: YANG
Down
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Cookouts, for short: BBQS
2
Cad: ROUE
3
Newton, for one: UNIT
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Like whatever comes after "How should I put this?": TACTFUL
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"Dynamite" boy band: BTS
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Part of a nest egg, in brief: IRA
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Word that may be defiantly rhymed with "schmool": RULE
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Intensify: DEEPEN
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With a chip on one's shoulder: HUFFILY
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Challenging soprano pieces, say: ARIAS
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Kindled anew: RELIT
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Pre-pares potatoes?: PEELS
15
Place to play dodgeball, informally: PECLASS
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Caffeine nut: KOLA
21
Many a swing voter: Abbr.: IND
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Magazine that sponsors Women in Hollywood awards: ELLE
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Home to more than 2,300 languages: ASIA
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Zoom window: CHAT
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Verdi opera set in ancient Egypt: AIDA
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It's a piece of cake!: SLAB
29
Culture that introduced popcorn to the world: AZTEC
33
Light element: NEON
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One of a pair in the mule family?: CLOG
35
Pro or con: SIDE
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Third shot, for many: BOOSTER
38
Big name in chips: LAYS
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Make one's mark, in a way: ETCH
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Polling subject: OPINION
44
Time for tailgating: GAMEDAY
46
___ roll (Brits' term for toilet paper): LOO
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Where the cool kids go: INSPOT
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"Listen!": HARK
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Less than right: ACUTE
50
Food with a hole: DONUT
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"So do I": DITTO
54
Curved line over a series of notes, in sheet music: SLUR
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Flare up?: NOVA
57
Single bed, curiously: TWIN
58
Cause for a run, maybe: SNAG
61
Emmy-winning actress Aduba: UZO
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Wordlessly agree: NOD