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Industry heavyweights
Goes for the lure
Gorilla Glue, for one
How sun-dried tomatoes are packed
"Tut-tut" evokers
Military drill syllable
Airport sign
"You've found the right person"
Colorful appetizer platter items
Brand with a spokesstork who sounds like Groucho
"The Call of the Wild" ride
Partner of 55-Across
Outdoor party focal point
File command option
Weeds out
Run off
Cried out
"Swing Shift" Oscar nominee
Wrangler material
Completely behind
Inner turmoil
__ Butterworth
Free sample constraint
Farm denizen
Trilogy, often
Descriptor in lotion commercials
Exiled Shah Mohammad __ Pahlavi
Press Secretary Spicer
Meeting staple
Espresso order
Taylor's husband between Wilding and Fisher
Confirm, as a password
Biker's headgear, perhaps
Campaign funding org.
City near Tulsa
Aromatherapy choice
Bringing home
Still developing
Put to sleep, perhaps
Clan symbol
Return ID
Sandberg in Cooperstown
Former "How Do Your Children Grow?" PBS host LeShan
Audio system connector
Annual Silver State celebration
Physics calculation
Run over
Alert precipitated by heavy rain
"You gotta be kidding me!"
They may be broken on purpose
Follower's suffix
Aussie bedrolls
Getting into the wrong business?
Comics pooch
Duncan of the Obama Cabinet
Battery pole
Put in other words, say
Mr. Right
They're on the house
Newspaper revenue source
Opera star Pinza
British county
Go by quickly
Garlicky mayo
Crown-installing org.
Many a Charlton Heston movie
NATO member since 2009
Sloth, e.g.
Brand created in Toronto in 1904
Aquanaut's habitat
No denial?
23-Across buyer
Like some index cards
Messy meal
Bank protection
Today's honoree, found in this puzzle's eight longest answers
Word of agreement
Claret or burgundy
Time off
Tacked on
"All the Love" singer Adams
Boxer's comment
Web search tool
Online icon
Power conduit
Some emailed files
Difficult to find
Cleared out
Squalid quarters
British peers
Yard or boom
Gave one's word
Start to tour?
Some basilica singers
Fingerprint pattern
How-to presentation
"How about that!"
Kin of -trix
Big name in auto maintenance
Word near Kazakhstan, on maps
"The Dark Mirror" antagonist, e.g.
Comfy footwear
England's first poet laureate
Infamous 1974 bank robbers: Abbr.
Flu symptom
Composer Rorem
Brand measured in drops
School social worker's concern
Cat Nation people
Bank offering for smartphones
Plastic __ Band
Noisy disturbance
Landscape artist George
Samaritan's offering
Golfer Isao
Culinary guard in ancient Rome
Fence material?
Secluded spot
National Humor Mo.
Many a retired racehorse
"I'm getting to it"
Creamy quaff
Curious to a fault
Get a hint of
Galileo's birthplace
Piece of the past
Partner of 46-Down
Factor in tanning
Talk show medium
It's usually down for the night

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