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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 70 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Flavoring in a Tom and Jerry
Former news gatherer
Go by
Grass unit
Half a pair for pairs
Happen (upon)
Highly sought shares
Hotel waiters?
In it together
It's heard at a slumber party
Its motto is 'North to the future'
Kind of filling
Laptop feature, for short
Like many doo-wop groups: Var.
Like some watermelons
Medal of Honor recipient, say
Monopoly buy: Abbr.
Not yet full
One who 48-Down
Part of a philosophical dichotomy
Piece of pi?
Pilothouse dir.
Port on Osaka Bay
Put down on the street
Research venue: Abbr.
Retail chain popular with kids
See 50-Down
Self-contained music equipment
Sits beside a fireplace, perhaps
Smaller fare, usually
Snail variety
Some are covered by insurance, informally
Sounds ominously
Space traveler of 1957
Temper, informally
Thing to soar to and from
Thumbing-the-nose gesture
Untimely comment?
Warren of the car rental business
What PayPal facilitates
Where guards are stationed
Yellow pages abbr.
___ Cabos, Mexico
'Contact' author, 1985
'Spamalot' lyricist
'The Colbert Report' and such
'Wicked Game' singer, 1991
Accessories whose colors may indicate rank
Activity in which people are not playing with a full deck
Almaviva serenades her in 'The Barber of Seville'
Anatomical part named after the Latin for 'grape'
Be a catalyst for
Bear cub mascot of the 1980 Moscow Olympics
Big name in bikes
Big part of magazine income
Burns into film
Coffee source
Cry from a litter
Depilatory equipment
Doctrine developer of 1823
Drama in which male actors play both male and female parts
Dryer maker
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