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- Long-term appeal
- Rock star Cobain
- Leave off
- Q: How much does it cost to park at stadiums? A: ___
- Postpone as enrollment
- Captain in The Mysterious Island
- My allergies are really acting up!
- Sicily’s highest peak
- Unusual time to start a vacation
- YouTube content
- It ___ (pompous arrival’s declaration)
- That third strike cost us the game!
- Like Swarthmore but not Bryn Mawr
- Food industry lobby for short
- Frost bit?
- Not leave to chance
- Run for fun perhaps
- Spanish 101 verb
- I keep losing things in the dryer!
- Mitch’s husband on Modern Family
- Architect ___ Ming Pei
- Calligraphy details
- Head across the pond?
- Ella Fitzgerald forte
- My iPhone never works!
- Wearer of a Y sweatshirt
- Stand by the pool maybe
- Fit for the task
- This bug spray is useless!
- Marquis de ___
- Like many a campfire story
- Water pitcher
- Pressure informally
- It may be on the house
- One who’s got your back
- Maze runners
- National Medal of Arts recipient whose novel Juneteenth was published posthumously
- Special treats
- Put (away)
- Puzzle whose name comes from the Japanese for cleverness squared
- World traveler?
- Fountain near the Spanish Steps
- Shooting stars
- What’s the point in me even trying
- Glass elevator?
- Easter egg decorator
- Absolutely informally
- Call upon
- Place to purchase pencils and paint
- Prizefight ending
- Lemon or turkey
- Upped the ante
- Old-fashioned preposition
- Microsoft Surfaces e.g.
- The Big Easy
- Typical college interviewees: Abbr.
- Business that offers body waxing
- Creatures named for their changing shape
- Roald Dahl heroine
- Nickname for the subzero 1967 N.F.L. Championship Game
- Balls in a pocket
- Recipe that might call for ginger and soy sauce
- Word with fair or fight
- Chooses to receive marketing emails say
- Prize declined by Sartre
- Just scrape (by)
- Bit of creativity
- Scented souvenir
- Is after you?
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