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Across
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One known as "the Alive, the Eternal": ALLAH
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Checkout option: DEBIT
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Org. featured in 2011's "Contagion": CDC
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Tiff: SPAT
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___ Rose, Catherine O'Hara's character on "Schitt's Creek": MOIRA
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Chevron subsidiary: TEXACO
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Language in the Tai family: LAO
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Kind of skirt: HULA
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Your ex's new date whom you just can't stand?: OFFENSIVEREBOUND
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Tabloid twosome: ITEM
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Lose sleep (over): STEW
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Off: AMISS
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"Su-u-ure": IBET
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Half of a legal warning: CEASE
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There are 24 in a cuboctahedron: EDGES
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Make a big stink: RAISEHELL
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Kegels, e.g.?: FLOOREXERCISE
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Getting up there: OLDISH
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Poet Rainer Maria ___: RILKE
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"___ yourself": SUIT
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First winner of the Nebula Award for best science fiction novel (1965): DUNE
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It's just passing: DEE
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Therapists' org.: APA
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Director Craven: WES
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First square of a crossword?: STARTINGBLOCK
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Walking the dog, for instance: YOYOTRICK
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One might bend over backward: YOGI
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Who actually lives in Lapland, some say: SANTA
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Accord maker: HONDA
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Author of 29 Federalist Papers: MADISON
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Laugh and a half: RIOT
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Playwright who wrote "Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything": SHAW
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"I'll be your waiter tonight," e.g.?: SERVICELINE
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Raison d'___: ETRE
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Do a certain developer's job: CODE
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Something a mover or a movie might have: TRAILER
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Threesome: TRIAD
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The "B" in its name stands for "brush": ORALB
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Oldest independent state in the Arab world: OMAN
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Genre for "Booksmart" and "Clueless": TEENMOVIE
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Conspiracy theory so wild that it can't be aired?: UNPLAYABLELIE
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Trident look-alike: PSI
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___ jam: INA
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Small bird: TIT
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"I did it!": TADA
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Southern cooking staple: OKRA
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Things you can crack without damaging them: DOORS
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Affix with a click: SNAPON
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Plan to leave at a very specific evening time?: SEVENTENSPLIT
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Orangish shade: TANGERINE
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Fill with joy: ELATE
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Stirs up: ROILS
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Doctor Zhivago: YURI
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Where subs are standard: DELIS
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Semiaquatic creature: NEWT
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Missing: AWOL
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Blackjack dealer?: DESIGNATEDHITTER
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Niche mag: ZINE
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Stick (out): JUT
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Product that increases volume: MOUSSE
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"Moonlight" actress Janelle: MONAE
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Joie de vivre: ZEST
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One doing inside work: SPY
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Chain whose name derives from its founders, the Raffel brothers: ARBYS
124
Orchard products: PEARS
Down
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Book before Obadiah: AMOS
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Converted apartment, perhaps: LOFT
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"That's ___": LIFE
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Question after an argument has died down: AREWEOK
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Solo traveling in space: HAN
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Crafts: DEVISES
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Frequent subjects of Taylor Swift songs: EXES
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Measures, in music: BARS
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Word that can precede or follow pack: ICE
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Actor Menzies who won an Emmy for "The Crown": TOBIAS
11
Fills (in): CLUES
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One hell of a writer?: DANTE
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One way for packages to arrive, in brief: COD
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Protect: SHIELD
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"Quiet!," rudely: PUTALIDONIT
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Lager alternatives: ALES
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Subdued: TAME
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"It takes a licking and keeps on ticking" brand: TIMEX
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Herb used in smudging rites: SAGE
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Theater award: OBIE
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Stars: CELEBS
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Approached: DREWTO
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Actress Moreno: RITA
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___ Kong: HONG
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Melee: FRAY
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Abdominal procedure, for short: LIPO
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Skin-care brand: OLAY
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Dry biscuit used as baby food: RUSK
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Op. ___ (footnote abbr.): CIT
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Any slice of pizza, geometrically: SECTOR
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Greek goddess associated with witchcraft: HEKATE
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Archaeologist's workplace: DIGSITE
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Workers' advocate, informally: UNIONREP
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Young partner?: ERNST
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Back way, often: SIDEROAD
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Winona of "Stranger Things": RYDER
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Work, work, work: TOIL
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Texas border city: LAREDO
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"C'est la vie": OHWELL
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"Ay" follower: CARAMBA
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"Now We Are Six" author: MILNE
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Crush, as a test: ACE
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German denials: NEINS
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Members of a certain den: SCOUTS
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Enter without permission: HORNIN
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A wood frog's ability to freeze itself in winter and an octopus's ability to change color, for two: ADAPTATIONS
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Vaccine holder: VIAL
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In with: AMIDST
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Props for majorettes: BATONS
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Bird with an annual 18,000-mile round-trip migration: TERN
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Instrument that's a homophone of 69-Down: VIOL
80
Crucifix inscription inits.: INRI
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___ New York (Brooklyn neighborhood): EAST
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2020 Democratic also-ran: YANG
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It's nada to Nadal: LOVE
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Actor/comedian Barinholtz: IKE
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Dieted: ATELESS
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Summer shoe style: OPENTOE
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Bed of straw: PALLET
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Who's talking on the phone?: SIRI
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Personality that's hard to read: ENIGMA
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Pass over, in a way: ELIDE
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Mathematician John Forbes ___ Jr.: NASH
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Visually evaluate: EYEUP
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Out of practice: RUSTY
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Boo-oo-oo, say: RAZZ
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Boo-boo: OWIE
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Smear: DAUB
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Site for some creative entrepreneurs: ETSY
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What Vulcan's forge lay underneath, in myth: ETNA
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Sport: WEAR
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"___ chic!": TRES
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Party people, for short?: DJS
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Repeated word in the U.S. postal creed: NOR
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Rapscallion: IMP