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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.

'Ah, But Your Land is Beautiful' novelist
'Beowulf,' for one
'Cantar de Rodrigo' hero
'Ghosts' writer
'How dry ___'
'Would ___?' (sleazeball's question)
1979 exile
1983 Eddie Murphy movie
Actress Hatcher
Bacillus shape
Big bird
Big Mama
Bruckner's Symphony No. 7 ___
Bunuel collaborator
Caste member
Chess and Risk
Clio winners
Clock settings
Cut the mustard?
Detain during wartime
Disney acquisition of 1995
Double or triple, possibly
Electrical device
Expert advice
F.D.R. program
Flamenco cheer
Foreign Secretary under Churchill
Funnyman David
Graceful descent
Had a dispute
Hirt hit
Holly genus
Horne solo
Indira's son
Island discovered by Columbus
June honorees
Kazakh-Uzbek sea
Kind of road
Kitchen needs
Kudzu, for one
Let it stand
Like old nylons
Like some letters
Loser of 1588
Mafia boss
Manhattan Project physicist
Mary's 'Ink' co-star
Neck and neck
Neighbor of Albion
Nero's instrument
Not very bright
Old German duchy name
Oldest republic in Africa
Opposite of idles
Overall guide
Penultimate fairy-tale word
Plod (through)
Procter & Gamble brand
Run into
Sports commentator Dick
Stock market activity
Sultan Qabus bin Said, e.g.
The ___-Neisse Line
Thing, in law
This will help you shoot straight
Title for Mozart
Transport to Sugar Hill
Vegas casino, with 'The'
W.W. II side
What a bore!
Where 61-Across was 'drawn'