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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 76 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Become depleted
Boris Godunov, for one
Cause of some warfare
Charles Lamb, pseudonymously
Chicago suburb
Danger in the water supply
Exemplars of twinship
Fa follower
Fracture fixer
Give off
Hodges of the Dodgers
Horn tooter?
Hosings, maybe
Huston of 'Prizzi's Honor'
In-basket stamp: Abbr.
It has feathers and flies
Kind of pad
Legal conclusion?
Like many a winter sky
Like Siberian winters
Make's partner
Mermaid's home
Mrs. Bush
Nabokov novel
New Deal pres.
Nudged, dog-style
O.T. book
Ooze through the cracks
___ good deed
Parcels out
Personality asset
Peter of 'Casablanca'
Place for a nap, maybe
Plodded along
Projecting part
Radio switch
School org.
Sentries' jobs
Sharp surgical instrument
Snap preceder
Some are right
Spicy cuisine
Spoil, maybe
Spot in a 21-Across
Suffer a 'brain cramp'
Teacher's joy
Television sans picture
Terrific layer of paint?
Terrific leader?
Terrific place to buy lemonade?
Terrific sun blocker?
Terrific T-man?
There are eagles in it: Abbr.
They involve light lifting
Turned right
Uncredited actor
Vincent Lopez hit of 1922
Winter pear
With all the bells and whistles
2000 Olympics host
'Cleopatra' backdrop
'Days of Wine and Roses' composer
'Yeah, right!' in teenspeak
'___ Dawn I Die' (Cagney/Raft flick)
1,100-mile run
A.C. measure