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Across
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They come with bouquets: WINES
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Away: NOTIN
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"___ put our heads together ...": IFWE
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Singer/drummer Collins: PHIL
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Cell component: ANODE
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Pal, in Peru: AMIGO
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Put one's nose where it doesn't belong: SNOOP
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Tilt-A-Whirl, e.g.: RIDE
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One arm held up with bent elbow and wrist, in a children's song: SPOUT
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Move obliquely: SIDLE
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Phenomenon such as the tendency to see human forms in inanimate objects: PAREIDOLIA
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Any of the groupings of circled letters in this puzzle: PUNCTUATIONMARK
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Gin product: COTTON
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Incredible bargains: STEALS
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"Sorry, Charlie!": NODICE
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Fits together: NESTS
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Savory Chinese snacks: TEAEGGS
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Jump over: LEAPFROG
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Smoking and swearing, e.g.: VICES
44
They await your return, in brief: IRS
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Have a good cry: SOB
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Syracuse Mets and Worcester Red Sox, for two: AAATEAMS
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"Music's most maligned genre," per critic Tom Connick: EMO
51
Word with level or lion: SEA
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"Everything happened so fast!": ITSABLUR
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Farm female: HEN
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"___ Gone Wrong" (2021 film): RONS
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Brunch beverage: MIMOSA
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One of the brothers on "Malcolm in the Middle": REESE
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Room in Clue: HALL
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Cause of undue anxiety: BUGABOO
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It may be smoked: HAM
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Hogwash: ROT
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Munch, in modern slang: NOM
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"___ 17" (W.W. II film): STALAG
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One of two in a jack-o'-lantern?: HYPHEN
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Where charity begins, in a phrase: ATHOME
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Table part: LEG
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Title for Tussaud: Abbr.: MME
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"Midsommar" director Aster: ARI
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Digs up: EXHUMES
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Carpenter's wedge: SHIM
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Does gentle stretching post-exercise, with "down": COOLS
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Amp knob: TREBLE
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Die like the Wicked Witch of the West: MELT
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Give zero stars: PAN
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Ne'er-do-wells: LOWLIFES
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E.R. inserts: IVS
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By birth: NEE
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Plant said to repel bugs: FLEABANE
93
___ Ryerson, insurance salesman in "Groundhog Day": NED
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French pronoun: MOI
95
Quarter ___ (when the big hand is at three): AFTER
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No-longer-current source for current events: NEWSREEL
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Hot, mulled punch traditionally drunk around Christmas: WASSAIL
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Bacteria destroyer: PHAGE
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French port on the English Channel: CALAIS
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Like the Minotaur legend: CRETAN
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University of Oregon site: EUGENE
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How to see the image formed by this puzzle's circled letters: ROTATECLOCKWISE
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What's formed by the circled letters in this puzzle: SMILEYFACE
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"We're live!" studio sign: ONAIR
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Ancient land in Asia Minor: IONIA
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Domino, e.g.: TILE
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Martinez with a statue outside the Seattle Mariners' stadium: EDGAR
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Makes less powerful, in video game slang: NERFS
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Domino, e.g.: SUGAR
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"To ..." things: ODES
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Dino's tail?: SAUR
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Muse of love poetry: ERATO
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Arises (from): STEMS
Down
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Eastern cicada killers, e.g.: WASPS
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Suggestions: INPUT
3
"... said ___ ever": NOONE
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School: EDUCATE
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Resolves out of court: SETTLES
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Org. that flew a helicopter on Mars in 2021: NASA
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Fail to mention: OMIT
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Information, old-style: TIDINGS
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Rounded quarters: IGLOOS
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Without stopping: NOEND
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How Alaska ranks first among the states: INAREA
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It's often left on the table: FORK
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What "vey" of "Oy, vey!" translates to: WOE
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___ Games, company behind Fortnite: EPIC
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Rey, to Luke Skywalker: PROTEGE
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Sword handles: HILTS
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"Einstein," sarcastically: IDIOT
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Puts pressure (on): LEANS
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What can make men swear from menswear?: SPACEBAR
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"___ pass Go ...": DONOT
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Leading medal winner at the Tokyo Olympics: USA
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Forman who directed "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest": MILOS
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Farm refrain: EIEIO
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Weight of a paper clip, roughly: GRAM
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Ancient: Prefix: PALEO
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Soul-seller of legend: FAUST
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Half-baked?: RARE
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Duck and goose, at times: VERBS
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"See ya": IMOUT
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Group dance popularized in the U.S. by Desi Arnaz: CONGALINE
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77-Down is on the most collected one in U.S. history: STAMP
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Epiphany: AHAMOMENT
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Voice actor Blanc: MEL
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Show with over 1,000 handwritten cue cards each week, for short: SNL
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City hazard: SMOG
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"My word!": ISAY
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Pol in the "I am once again asking ..." meme: BERNIE
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City whose police cars are adorned with a witch logo: SALEM
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Card game with a PG-rated name: OHHELL
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Boring: HOHUM
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Purse: BAG
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High degree: NTH
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Not at all popular: HATED
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Messes up: ERRS
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x, y and z: AXES
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Chaotic skirmish: MELEE
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Fragrant compound: ESTER
74
Saturn has more than 80 of them: MOONS
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Golf course machine: MOWER
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He performed 636 consecutive sold-out shows in Vegas from 1969 to '76: ELVIS
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Burn prevention meas.: SPF
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The future Henry V, to Falstaff: HAL
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Fight tooth and nail: CLAW
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One who consumes a ritual meal to absolve the souls of the dead: SINEATER
83
Bits on book jackets: BIOS
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Roc-A-___ Records: FELLA
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Part of U.C.L.A.: ANGELES
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Fashion designer Geoffrey: BEENE
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It may run from an emotional situation: MASCARA
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[Mwah!]: AIRKISS
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Departed by plane: FLEWOUT
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Green vehicle: ECOCAR
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Frank: WIENER
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Duke's org.: ACC
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Pasta topper: PESTO
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Like the dog days of summer: HUMID
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Acrobatic: AGILE
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Make restitution: ATONE
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Faint color: TINGE
108
"Take me ___": ASIAM
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Approaches: NEARS
111
Where the lacrimal glands can be found: EYES
112
Pasta topper: RAGU
113
Pump some weights: LIFT
114
Not exactly: ORSO
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Vaccine-approving agcy.: FDA