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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 68 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Big counting jobs
Bottom-heavy edibles
Brass wheels?
Bread, at times
Bullet-biting type
Clearing aid
Corp. identifiers
Court couple?
Debris around the world?
Denom. established in 1830
Detector of les odeurs
Dudley's 'Arthur' co-star
Family name in 16th- and 17th-century music
Flier at the Forum
Game dealt by Doc Holliday
Getting there
Good for Caesar?
Great Plains dweller
Grown-up garçon
Hall of Champions org.
He said 'Everything in life is luck'
Heavily monitored areas: Abbr.
Hindu scripture
Hip-hop's Roc-a-___ Records
Immunologist's concern
Investigation aid
It turns on a turbine
Alternative to Arkia or Israir
Basseterre locale
'The Eyre Affair' novelist, 2001
100 ore
Aegis bearer
Airplane wing supporter
Medical emblems
Not at all chubby
Not tacit
Noted TV neatnik
Option for a long train trip
Party giveaways, in slang
People in burnooses
Psalms interjection
Reacts to a strong sock
Record, as data
Romulus and Remus's legendary birthplace
Runs through
Saw the light
Shape on a potter's wheel
Sorrows experienced in life
Spacey's co-star in the 1999 revival of 'The Iceman Cometh'
Standing Bear's tribe
They're over captains
They're taken in for treatment
Timepiece that's often knocked off
Venison preparer in the Bible
What combines do
Youngest player to join the 500-homer club