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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 72 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Noted ring leader
Occasion to say goodbye
One who believes humans descended from extraterrestrials
Pact since 1993
Palestinian group
Pitcher Hideki ___
Pours 23-Down on
Prefix with surgery
Quote, part 2
Quote, part 3
Ray who founded McDonald's
Sanded, e.g.
See 22-Down
See 59-Across
Singer Coolidge
Some monitors, for short
Sound of a sax
Spinner for the Spinners
Start of a quote by economist Allan Meltzer
Tobias ___, author of 'This Boy's Life'
Tokyo theater performance
Tribe speaking Chiwere
Volga feeder
Waldorf salad ingredient
Web addresses
West Coast airport inits.
Winning coach of the first two Super Bowls
With 27-Across, it collapsed in 2008
___ no.
'Either plagiarism or revolution,' according to Gauguin
'Honest to goodness!'
'___ bleu!'
1950s tennis champion Gibson
20-Across's crew
2005 documentary subtitled 'The Smartest Guys in the Room'
Bars of a sort
Blood type, for short
Charlemagne ruled it: Abbr.
Chinese dynasty a thousand years ago
Choice that avoids choosing
Come ___
Commonwealth member beginning in 1947
Consoling words
Constellation between Cygnus and Hercules
Corporate department
Cousin ___ of 'The Addams Family'
Device also called a rectifier
Director Kurosawa
Dressy accessories
Eastern queen
End of the quote
Extra in 'I Was a Male War Bride'
First mate's superior, informally
Fish that can detect ultrasound
Forever and a day
Fraction of an instant: Abbr.
Game pieces
Heat producer
I.R.A. option
Image in the Notre Dame de Paris
Kind of sax
Like most Olympic gymnasts
Mahatma Gandhi, for one
Map box
Menial worker
More there?
Not, to a Scot