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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.

Edison product
Encase
Excited feeling
Farm female
Gridiron scoreboard info
Half court game?
Hellos
Ides rebuke
Inspector at a trucking company?
Is an old French landowner?
Is in the hole
It's got you covered
Kennedy and others
Like Mayberry
Like some D.A.'s
Lip
Madras wraps
McGregor of 'Trainspotting'
Namely
Neanderthal's wear
No longer cool
Nuns, by vow
Ones carrying an apostle?
Org. for 42-Across
Paradoxical fellow
PETA peeve
Place for a cold one
Place for an egg roll
Reputation hurter
Santa Anna took it
Seats with kneelers
Serviceable
Seuss title creature
Sir Thomas More novel
'Groovy!'
'Hey, buddy!'
'The Planets' composer
'Wouldn't that be nice!'
1991-93 Australian Open winner
Abdicator of 1917
Apiece, in scores
Back muscles, for short
Back seat driver, e.g.
Bag of chips, say
Beatings at Bloomingdale's, e.g.?
Big chunk of Eur.
Boxing prize
British commander at Bunker Hill
Bubbly source
Café partner
Census datum
Central point
Circa
Cockpit guesses, for short
Crimson rivals
Crooked
Crummy feeling
Dallas sch.
Dangerous strain
Derides
Detrained
Diamond family name
Die down
Disney division
Doc bloc
DOS popularizer
Earns
Twist, sometimes
Uglify
Uncalled-for
Veer suddenly
Wallenda family patriarch
Wells's oppressed race
West Coast gridder
Whip but good
Winning craps roll, in Rome

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