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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 66 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

#1 Dolly Parton country hit with the lyric 'I'm beggin' of you, please don't take my man'
'CSI' forensic scientist Grissom
'Oh me, oh my!'
'The Country ___' (1936 Oscar-winning Disney short)
'The worst is upon us' mentality
'Twin Peaks' actress Sherilyn
1.0 is not a good one
1992 Grammy winner for 'Constant Craving'
Black, yellow and white, say
Bring into the business
Bug out
Crabtree & ___, purveyor of skin care products
Dangerous to drive on, say
Egg foo yung, essentially
El Greco's birthplace
Female impersonators use them
Forced to leave home
Furry denizen of Endor
Go along with
Hand signal users
Has no love for at all
Have a home-cooked meal
Heavy cycle
Hoppy beverages
In ___ paratus
Income source on a 1040: Abbr
Join in one place
Joins (with)
Longest-serving French president
McGovern's 1972 running mate
Musica, e.g
Number one fan?
One that's in your field?
Parent company of Reebok
Pig of children's lit
Play book?
Poet ___ Wheeler Wilcox
Pop singer born Ellen Naomi Cohen
Private meetings
Product once pitched with the line 'Sometimes you feel like a nut'
Queen who becomes a senator in the 'Star Wars' saga
Racetrack regulars
Reached across
Removed from the can?
Rub the wrong way
Screws up totally?
Second wife of Aeneas
Sighed word
Sudbury Basin export
Summer ailment
Supplies an address
Tears apart
Think of, to some surprise
Versatile openers
Victorious fleet commander at Actium
Visigoth king who sacked Rome
Wedding reception groups
Went down, in a way
Window holder
With eyes wide open
Yiddish for 'connoisseur'