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Oui's opposite
Outer: Prefix
Pentax competitor
Perched on
Photo ___ (P.R. events)
Place to begin to connect the dots
Plain writing
Ration out
Rearward, at sea
Remain unsettled
Seek compassionate treatment
Sense of self-importance
Seven-person band
Shenanigan
Sign up to serve
Sing like Bing
Slugger's stat
Smaller than small, in dress sizes
Subtle auction bid indicator
Swiss peaks
Take back, as a statement
Take unnecessary risks
Takes too much, briefly
Talk about
Test of one's mettle
The shrew in 'The Taming of the Shrew'
They generally run east-west in Manhattan: Abbr.
Tortilla chip topper
Tractor-trailer
Transcript figs.
Transmitted
Way back when
Western gambling mecca
What drought victims might do
___ v. Wade
Animal foot
'8 Mile' rapper
'Rescue me!'
'The Simpsons' storekeeper
All tangled up
Almost any part of the Michelin Man
Aquarium wriggler
Artist known for dance scenes
Asian new year
Bad ___ (German spa)
Big talker
Bills you might break 20s into
Calendar components
Caveat on a party invitation: Abbr.
Chooses
Coagulate
Demand legal restitution after injury
Expense account no-no
Football referees, informally
Forum wrap
Free ___ bird
Gem measures
Get the hang of
Guthrie who sang 'Alice's Restaurant'
Ice cream nut
In addition
In the midst of
Intent look
Kidnap
Kind of school
KitchenAid alternative
Le ___ Soleil (Louis XIV)
Like the earliest Beatles recordings
London forecast
Lots and lots
Neil Armstrong made a giant one for mankind
Not fooled by
Not too much
Note a half step up from G
One-named singer of 'Smooth Operator'
Online periodical, for short

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