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'Far out!'
'It was ___ mistake'
'Orinoco Flow' singer
'Take me as ___'
'___ Only Just Begun'
'___ what you think!'
Actress Ward
Add up
Anagrammatic cousin of Alice or Lacie
Beach memento
Big Wall St. news
Bureau locale
Burst (with)
Capital on the Mediterranean
Catherine whose cow is said to have started the Great Chicago Fire
Cemetery expanse
Clear Scandinavian liquor
Coin composed of copper, nickel, zinc and manganese
Con's opposite
Cook's wear
Czechs and Poles
Delays no longer
Donations to the needy
Early afternoon hour
Elvis Presley or Marilyn Monroe
Exploding star
Foxx of 'Sanford and Son'
Girlish laugh
Hair removal product
Hair treatment that generally lasts three to six months
Hosiery mishaps
John, for short
Kind of mark
Knee-high, bearded figure
Kuwaiti pooh-bah
Lighter brand
Like some turkey meat
Line-___ veto
Mary Kay competitor
Mechanical whiz: Abbr.
Modern birthday greeting
Music device with earbuds
Musical question posed by Alanis Morissette, as suggested by 20-, 33- and 40-Across
Not rural
One who's toast
Pantheon members
Per person
Prefix with phobia
Pro football team based in New Jersey
Rider-propelled vehicle, for short
Sacred peak in Greek myth
Second in a series of sharp turns
Second letter after epsilon
Short hairstyle
Singer Brickell
Some intimate apparel
Speakeasy's worry
Spitting mad
Supper, e.g.
The Beatles' '___ Road'
They may be durable
Tokyo dough
TV host Seacrest
Utah city
Victor in a duel with Hamilton
Word before 'rain,' 'heat' and 'gloom of night' in a postal creed
___ fixe (persistent thought)

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