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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 78 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Port-au-Prince's land
Possible result of slamming on the brakes
Profs.' helpers
Relief from the sun
Rock layers
Russian church feature
Sault ___ Marie
Say, as the Pledge of Allegiance
Scarfs (down)
Sealed up, as a package
Señor's 'Positively!'
Shipboard pals
Showed boredom
Stayed out of sight
Talked-about twosome
The start of 17-Across or 11- or 33-Down
Third son of Adam and Eve
Use needle and thread
Uses a pew
What high rollers roll
Wise ones
Without a guarantee of condition
Actor Aykroyd
'Holy cow!'
'Rush!' on an order
'What was ___ do?'
'___ or plastic?'
A/C meas.
Actress Peeples
Allergic reaction
Alpine dwelling
An usher walks up and down it
Backyard apparatus for kids
Battery terminal
Beatnik's 'Got it'
Bring to a halt
Bro or sis
By way of
Capital of Oregon
Cigarette's end
Clear the blackboard
Completely, after 'from'
Counterpart of comedy
Descartes and others
Dunce cap, geometrically
E-mail command
Entertain with a tale
Environmental sci.
F.B.I. agent
Feed seed
Feel feverish
Fillet of ___
Folk singer Seeger
Get the soap out
Gift-giver's urging
Grouchy sorts
Impressive grouping
Jazzy Latin dance site
Letters before an alias
Like a he-man
Like the air around Niagara Falls
List-ending abbr.
Lure into a crime
Make amends
Manicurist's tool
Mao ___-tung
Marathon, e.g.
More profound
Napped leather
Open-textured cotton fabric
Opposite of post-
Part on stage
Perrier rival
Polite affirmation