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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 78 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Celeste Aida,' e.g.
'Me, me, me' attitude
'Nova' subject
'___ Ben Adhem' (Leigh Hunt poem)
Baby beaver
Baseball club
Bit of a limerick
Bloodhounds have big ones
Bloodhounds have big ones
Bruin, Golden Bear or Wildcat?
Command to a photog?
Comment at the reptile exhibition?
Conger catcher
Daring actions
Depot purchase
Does in
Dog with an upturned tail
Dozen dozen
English cathedral city
Find awful
Grand Prix participants
Grow dim
Gym class
Hacienda brick
Horse vet?
Hotel visit
Irene's counterpart in Roman myth
Joining alloy
Key location
Like some stocks, for short
Low-lying wetland
Marked off
Mop the floor with
New Mexico athlete
Not taking sides
O. Henry specialty
Online chuckle
Orange box
Parties where dresses are rarely seen
Pique condition?
Plane part
Please no end
Polk's predecessor
Prefix with meter
Prince of opera
Put into effect
Ruby's victim
Rumble in the Jungle victor
Sight from Taormina
Soft seat
Something to build on
Sound before a blessing?
Spirited style
Spread out
Stan on the sax
Stereo knob
Terrier type
Tiger Beat cover subject
Till now
Timothy Leary dropped it
U follower
Ultimate aim
Weather caution for motorists
Weightlifter's maneuver
What a private eye may eye
Where the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded
Wild time
Works on the wall?
___ Atatürk, founder of modern Turkey
___ fruit
___ the Hutt of 'Star Wars'