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Across
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Game pieces in Othello and Connect Four: DISCS
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Provocative … like this answer's position in the grid?: EDGY
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Q: What happens when the ___ clears over Los Angeles? A: UCLA!: SMOG
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Beer brand whose name translates to "morning sun": ASAHI
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Looney Tunes bunny: LOLA
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Cézanne or Gauguin: PAUL
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"You cooked this? It's *disgusting*!" said Tom ___: INVERYPOORTASTE
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Gumbo, e.g.: STEW
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One foot in "the grave," poetically speaking: IAMB
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Festoon: ADORN
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Bugle call at lights out: TAPS
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Support group associated with the Twelve Steps: ALANON
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"What do you mean there are no PlayStations left in stock?" asked Tom ___: INCONSOLABLY
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"Peace out": SEEYA
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"Well, ___ be!": ILL
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Lip: SASS
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Spot for a sojourn: INN
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Charge for tardiness: LATEFEE
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Grief-stricken state: WOE
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Scorch on a stovetop: SEAR
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Brewery vessel: VAT
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Pastry dough used in crullers and beignets: CHOUX
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"I'm worried I may have anemia," said Tom ___: UNIRONICALLY
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Had an inclination: LEANED
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Kind of column: ONES
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Specialty of clerics, druids and paladins, in Dungeons & Dragons: MAGIC
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Flat, for short: TWOD
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Assistant: AIDE
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"You guys are supposed to be 'Wise Men' and *these* are the gifts you bring a newborn?!" asked Tom, ___: FRANKLYINCENSED
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With 54-Down, back to fighting: ATIT
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Gumbo ingredient: OKRA
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Het (up): RILED
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"That's terrible!": OHNO
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Hammer's end: PEEN
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___ of the state: ENEMY
Down
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Spot for a speech: DAIS
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"Who ___?!" ("That's true of everyone!"): ISNT
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Relief pitcher's success: SAVE
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Target of a canine's canines, maybe: CHEWTOY
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Ben Kingsley or Ian McKellen, e.g.: SIR
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"West Texas town" in a classic country song: ELPASO
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Gloom's partner: DOOM
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Formless mass: GLOB
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Common word in pirate-speak: YAR
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Outings devoted to relaxation and self-care: SPADAYS
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Employee at a brick-and-mortar business: MASON
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Musical bit that slowly fades: OUTRO
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Close in many close-ups: GLENN
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Coyote calls: YIPS
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Seven-foot, say: TALL
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Particularly particular: ANAL
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Competent: ABLE
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Goddess with a reduplicative name: ISIS
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Bird with a reduplicative name: NENE
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John of "The Suicide Squad": CENA
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Not be straight with: LIETO
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TV E.T.: ALF
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Nowhere to be found, say: AWOL
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Genre for Luther Vandross: SOUL
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"___ and I Know It" (2012 #1 hit for 52-Down): SEXY
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Fervent: AVID
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Sailor, in slang: TAR
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Behold: Lat.: ECCE
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Encounter unexpectedly: RUNINTO
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Is connected: HASANIN
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Prominent part of an apatosaurus: NECK
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Pulitzer-winning columnist Peggy: NOONAN
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Visiting the Natl. Museum of African American History and Culture, say: INDC
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Electronic dance music duo that performed at the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show: LMFAO
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Home to over seven billion people: EARTH
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See 66-Across: AGAIN
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Rug rat: TYKE
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___ transfer: WIRE
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Man, for one: ISLE
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Consider: DEEM
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Swirl in a stream: EDDY
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Hack (off): LOP
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Before, to Byron: ERE