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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 66 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Autocrat's output
'Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive' songwriter
'Halloween' antagonist's surname
'Maybe someday'
A hundred to Juan
Ankle covering
Bacchus' attendants
Badly made dough?
Balance sheet column
Brine-soaked cheese
Bronx cheer
Cars made in Trollhättan, formerly
Completely fallen apart
Craft workers
Deluded prospector's find
Demands payment from
Dot on the map
Drawing room furniture
Driving storms?
Excellent, in 1990s slang
Formal response to a knock
Hedren of 'Marnie'
Hindu hermitages
In the standard manner
It's loaded
Joe Buck's pal in a 1969 film
Knight club
Lacoste of tennis
Land bordering France and Andorra
Legendary mountain climber
Lewis ___, presidential also-ran of 1848
Like some unanswered questions
London's ___ Park
Make arduous progress
Mata Hari portrayer of 1931
Minor additions to the bill?
Music genre modifier
No better than
Oscar-winning song of 1980
People to remember
Private exchanges
Provided provocation
Provider of track shots?
Rendered speechless
Result of upsetting a cup holder?
Scena component
Setting of 'Beau Geste'
Shingle supporter
Stacked beds
Stick with it
Teammate of Robinson
Theme song of 'The Doris Day Show'
Took off
Transoceanic flier, briefly
Twelver, religiously speaking
Very, on musical scores
What matryoshka dolls do
Wood used to make surfboards
Wordless rejoinder