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They may be switched while cycling: GEARS
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Shorthand pro: STENO
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Crossword solver's cry: AHA
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Deity with 99 names: ALLAH
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Raphael, Gabriel or Michael: ARCHANGEL
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Cradlin' a Salinger protagonist?: HOLDINCAULFIELD
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Preserve, as ashes: INURN
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Vodka brand, informally: STOLI
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"Footloose" star cookin' a fresh batch of brownies?: KEVINBAKIN
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"Need an ark? I Noah guy," and others: PUNS
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Blond at the bar, say: ALE
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Letters on a luxury handbag: YSL
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Chips brand: DORITOS
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Sentence ... or something found in a sentence: TERM
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Did so-so at school: GOTAC
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The Great Emancipator sharin' URLs on his blog?: ABRAHAMLINKIN
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Cover for illicit activity: FRONT
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"Right on!": YEAH
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"I don't want to hear the gory details": SPAREME
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___-C.I.O.: AFL
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Strands in a cell: DNA
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Four-time Grammy winner India.___: ARIE
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Bein' in debt to a "Wedding Crashers" co-star?: OWINWILSON
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Some burrowing mouselike rodents: VOLES
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One-point Scrabble draw: NTILE
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Massachusetts senator wagin' conflict?: ELIZABETHWARRIN
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Houseplant that some think brings luck and prosperity: MONEYTREE
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One in 1,000?: COMMA
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Beat it!: EGG
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Bee teem?: SWARM
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Internet admin: SYSOP
Down
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Cry of frustration: GAH
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Chess rating system: ELO
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___ fours: ALL
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Minute hands, essentially: RADII
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Climb (up), as a pole: SHINNY
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Related to religious rites: SACRAL
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Sedative in a blowgun dart, informally: TRANK
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Old French coin: ECU
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Org. for Ducks and Penguins: NHL
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Bunglers: OAFS
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Get too old to qualify: AGEOUT
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"Over my dead body!": HELLNO
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Hugo-winning "Hothouse" author Brian: ALDISS
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Particularly particular: NITPICKY
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Pencil remnants: NUBS
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Actress Dennings: KAT
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Philosopher Zeno's birthplace: ELEA
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Crow, but not magpie: VERB
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"American ___": IDOL
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"Moi? Never!": NOTI
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Went on, as an errand: RAN
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Gotham City supervillain in a cryogenic suit: MRFREEZE
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Intl. standard used by many astrologers: GMT
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Amount to: ARE
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Our genus: HOMO
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Freshly: ANEW
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Roadside bombs, for short: IEDS
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One-billionth: Prefix: NANO
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Solo in spaceflight?: HAN
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"I need a hero!": SAVEME
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Computer language that sounds like a literary intro: PROLOG
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Under the weather: AILING
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"Ode to Joy," for the European Union: ANTHEM
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Texter's "I think": FWIW
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New Hampshire state flowers: LILACS
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Bury: INTER
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The "L" of Samuel L. Jackson: LEROY
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Declares: SAYS
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As an aside, in a text: BTW
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The "E" of B.C.E.: ERA
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Info in an apt. listing: RMS
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Texter's "I think": IMO
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Catch some Z's: NAP