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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 72 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Theocritus work
Thin kidskin
Thomas Gray work
Tony winner Hagen
Twos in the news
Under what circumstances
University of Delaware mascot
Venetian resort
___ erectus
___ monde (society)
'As I Lay Dying' father
'Mrs. Bridge' novelist Connell
'Up Where We Belong,' for one
1963 Al Martino hit
1928 trademark song for Ruth Etting
1968 hit for the Troggs
1975 song from 'A Chorus Line'
A 'fine' place?
Actress ___ May Oliver
Agatha Christie, e.g.
Avian chatterbox
Be polite to a caller, perhaps
Beaker material
Bell and Barker
Borrower's concern, briefly
Charity's calculation
Crammers' concerns
Damage done
Deep sleep
Disappearing phone features
Entry blank datum: Abbr.
For example
Former NATO Mediterranean headquarters
Frank Herbert novel
Fresno-to-L.A. dir.
Go gray
Gov. Pataki's place: Abbr.
Hearty partner
Illegal block
It may be golden
Kind of list
Less severe
Like some smiles
Lose it
Makeup artist?
Mercury model
Mosque officiator
Old Glory
Op. ___
Polecat's defense
Prior to, to Prior
Pursuer of the Pleiades
Ramakrishna's title
Rated NC-17
Ready to drop
René Préval's domain
Restless, to Rachmaninoff
Singer James or Jones
Corrida chargers
Something ___ (a wow)
Surfing equipment?
Tarzan portrayer Lincoln