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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 72 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'The Odd Couple' director
'The Puttermesser Papers' author
.0001 tesla
A as in Arezzo
Abilene-to-Waco dir.
Altar exchange
An earlier one may be recalled
Anna Moffo made her American debut in it
Apple in a recording studio
Be positioned
Bead separator
Biggest plate, perhaps
Celebrex manufacturer
Cicero's home
Colander, e.g.
Computer filename extension
Constituent of many proteins
Don't be a chicken
Explosion of a sort
Feature of some jacks
Flowerpot spot
Frees from
Get to
Hand-held hisser
Having clean lines
Honorary 1999 Oscar recipient
It may have a big head
It's all there is
It's H-shaped
It's not a bad thing
Kind of skeleton
Least satisfactory
Like hell
Like Matryoshka dolls
Like some remedies
Microorganism discharge
Mother-daughter talk topic
Muslim doctor
Narc, say
New York City has five
Old Testament survivor
One of Frank's exes
Pass through fire, perhaps
Performed a duel action?
Powwow fare
Premium preceder
Repeated part in 'Get a Job'
Sage woman
Sainte-___, Que.
Saw attachment?
Spanish attention getter
Spot for a jerk?
Surveyor's tool
The Bee Gees' 'How Can You ___ Broken Heart'
They take too much
They're flaky
Tough pill to swallow
Trip producer
Unlike a slacker
Unpopular spot
Urban transportation
Vietnam Memorial designer
Williams of the Temptations