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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 74 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Jackie Brown' director, 1997
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Some characters on TV's 'Futurama,' briefly
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Something to leave at the post office ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme?
Many-hit Wonder
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Fallopian tube travelers
Stephen of 'The Crying Game'
Name of a family from which Franklin Roosevelt was descended
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Gather food
___ enemy
Nickname shared by two Spice Girls
Gave private lessons to
One providing input
___ money
Height: Prefix
'If music be the food of love, play on' speaker
Take back, as territory
500 sheets
Henderson's home: Abbr
Take to the limit, with 'out'
'One of the most civilized things in the world,' per Hemingway
Hill workers
Ten cents
Part of many a digital photo
Hill workers: Abbr
Toddlers' attire
'The Piano' actor Sam
Historical group of 15, for short
Tried to win, as a title
Acne medication brand
Physicist Fermi
Honolulu's ___ Palace
Allowed in
Powder supplement for bodybuilders
In a ___ (stuck)
U.S. 1?
Angels might come to its aid
Indoor place in which coats are worn
Approached dusk
QB's asset
Virginia Cavaliers' org
Is dead serious
Ask too-personal questions
Real deal
What many grandparents do
Century 21 competitor
Key of Dvorák's Symphony No. 7
Blubbery ones
Recurring melodic phrase
When a messenger from Godot arrives in 'Waiting for Godot'
Computer scientist Turing
Kings and queens
Capital of Österreich
Right-angle pipe
Yelp alternative
Desk chair part
Last pope named Pius
Caught, as a movie
Sea cow
You might put CDs on them
Disposed (of)
Social Security cards, e.g