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Across
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Like some face creams and serums, supposedly: ANTIC
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Like some face creams and serums, supposedly: ANTIAGING
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Cost for a commercial: ADO
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Cost for a commercial: ADRATE
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Class now known as Family and Consumer Sciences, informally: HOMER
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Class now known as Family and Consumer Sciences, informally: HOMEEC
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W.N.B.A. star Taurasi with five Olympic gold medals: DIANA
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"___ qué?": POR
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Over: ABOVE
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Strip, as a ship: UNRIG
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Extravagantly emotional: RHAPSODIC
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Rouse to action: BESTIR
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Close behind, as a canine: TOHEEL
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N.L. West team, on scoreboards: ARI
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Dearest partner?: NEAREST
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Plant used to make mescal: AGAVE
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"Go ahead, try this!": HAVEN
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"Go ahead, try this!": HAVEONE
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Pear cultivar: BOSC
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Rumble in the Jungle promoter: DONE
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Rumble in the Jungle promoter: DONKING
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Gal in Hollywood: GADOT
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Tube rider, e.g.: BRIT
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Port of Alaska: SITKA
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Word with memory or bike: LANE
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Antilles resident: CARIB
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Finish off: DOIN
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Sign: OMEN
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1985 benefit concert watched by nearly two billion people: LIVER
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1985 benefit concert watched by nearly two billion people: LIVEAID
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Fastidious roommate of classic TV: UNGER
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One way to administer a tranquilizer: DARTGUN
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To boot: ASS
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To boot: ASWELL
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Electronics whiz: TECHIE
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Opposite of ruddy: SALLOW
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Engaged in some amorous behavior: CANOODLED
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Creator of Heffalumps and Woozles: MILNE
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Sing ___: ALONG
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Swear words?: IDO
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It has options for "cc" and "bcc": EMAIL
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Newsroom positions: DESKS
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With the circled letters, a hint to solving seven Across clues: CUT
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True-blue: LOYAL
Down
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Actress Uzo: ADUBA
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Montana, once: NINER
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Ankle bones: TARSI
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Still a contender: INIT
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Putting in an enclosure: CAGING
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Loan letters: APR
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"Why did I do that?!": DOH
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Exhibit grandiloquence: ORATE
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Character that's popular on social media: HASHTAG
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Instrument with a bell: OBOE
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Most frequent number, in math: MODE
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"May the forces of ___ become confused on the way to your house": George Carlin: EVIL
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Partner of Parks: REC
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Ritzy: POSH
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Has a novel experience?: READS
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Sidestep: AVOID
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Lease: RENTOUT
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End of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," e.g.: ACTIV
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Courage under fire: VALOR
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Cheese wrapped in wax: EDAM
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Abstainer's amount: NONE
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Largest TV network in the world, by number of employees: BBC
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Word-of-mouth: ORAL
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Cortana : Microsoft :: ___ : Apple: SIRI
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Scraping (out): EKING
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What you get when you put your hands together?: TEN
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Scottish noble in "Macbeth": ANGUS
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Ones always taking cover?: BEDHOGS
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Military move: RAID
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Crown covering: ENAMEL
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One of many in Indiana Jones's possession: RELIC
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Quell, as concerns: ALLAY
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First name on the Supreme Court: SONIA
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"Just peachy": SWELL
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Chaucer chapter: TALE
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Chimp who orbited Earth in 1961: ENOS
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Go kaput, with "out": CONK
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"The Beast" for the U.S. president, for one: LIMO
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No-goodnik: CAD
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See 63-Down: EDU
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With 62-Down, end of a college address: DOT