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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.

Mountain lion
Neighbor of Fiji
Not mass-produced
Not prerecorded
Ocean debris
Old gas brand
One of the Osmonds
Oregon's capital
Out's partner
Phrase spoken with a wave into a TV camera
Pigs' digs
Poker player's payment
Poor woodcutter of folklore
Private instructors
Prophetic sign
Queen's subject?
Rat fink
Round of applause
Salad bar servers
Santa ___, Calif.
Shirking working
Small telescopes
Soviet news agency
State prisons
Telly Savalas's lack
Tilt, as the head
Tolkien creatures
Win for the underdog
Winnie-the-Pooh's creator
'Silas Marner' novelist
'Mamma ___!'
'Puzzle by Peter Gordon,' e.g.
'Stars and Stripes Forever' composer
1988 Olympic gold-medal swimmer Kristin
80's-90's singer Baker
Actor Vigoda
Actress Lollobrigida
Arafat's org.
Big dud
Brazilian city
Breach of secrecy
Butter substitute
Came down to earth
Car with a bar
Carson's successor
Computer operators
Corrida cry
Counting everything
Deep chasm
Excellent, in modern slang
First word in a fairy tale
Full of excitement
Future attorney's exam: Abbr.
Giant slugger Mel
Gout spot
Grammy winner Fitzgerald
Greek philosopher of paradox fame
His art is a wrap
Hornet's home
Houston university
Israeli natives
It gives an artist backing
Italian salami city
John Lennon's wife
Kids' building playthings
Longs for
Lyric poems
Yang's counterpart
Young woman
___ scampi