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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.

'Over There' composer
'Peanuts' boy
'Relax, private!'
'The Science Guy' on TV
'___ Darlin'' (jazz standard)
'___ Too Proud to Beg' (1966 hit)
0's and 1's, to a programmer
A.T.M. necessity
Absolute worst, with 'the'
Adorns unnecessarily
Allege as fact
An ex of Xavier
Approximation suffix
At no time, to poets
Bering Sea island
Blew it
Bob Cousy's team, for short
Borodin's prince
Carry on, as a campaign
Ceramists' needs
City to which Helen was abducted
Ciudad Juárez neighbor
Cyberspace conversation
December air
Decline in value
Echo, e.g.
Element #10
Evil repeller
Take for one's own
Tennis's Lacoste
Toiletries holder
Wagnerian heroine
Wax producer
With one's fingers in a lake?
With one's fingers in a skyscraper?
With one's fingers in a socket?
___ Brothers
___ fixe (obsession)
Exile of 1979
For the birds?
Grand larceny, e.g.
Grimm youngster
Haunted house sounds
Have a bawl
Hollow rock
Is miserly
Joke response, informally
Kind of chest or paint
Kind of shooting
KLM competitor
Latino lady
Launderer's step
Like last year's styles
Like some profs.
Longed (for)
Look at flirtatiously
Make jubilant
Marathoner's shirt
Matinee hero
Meower, in Madrid
One of the Simpsons
Part of U.C.L.A.
Pester for payment
Playwright Ibsen
Prefix with logical
Pueblo dweller
Seagoing inits.
Send to a mainframe
Shells, e.g.
Sinclair rival
Slowly, on a score
Sugary drink