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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.

'Lemme be straight with you ...'
'Whew!,' upon arriving home
5 1/2-point type
Alternative to a snap
Angst-ridden and moody
Asia's ___ Darya River
Bitter ___
Book before Philemon
Branch extension
Break down, maybe
Bulldog rival
Catch in a net
Christ's end?
Clichéd gift for a prisoner
Counter orders?
Country that's home to Dracula's Castle
Court psychologist's ruling
Cry before rage-quitting
Currency of Peru
Curry of the N.B.A
Dish that often includes anchovies
Educational foundations
Exclamation sometimes said with a hand over the mouth
Falcons, on scoreboards
First name in fantasy fiction
For instance
For the ages
Get misty
It has rules for writing
King James, e.g
Letterhead abbr
McCarthy in Hollywood
N.F.C. South pro
One day's drive, maybe
One exposed by a flip-flop
One in la-la land
One who works a lot?
Payola payoff
Place to do some shots?
Plaster of paris, essentially
Round end, of a sort
San Diego suburb known as the 'Jewel of the Hills'
Snack brand first produced at Disneyland in the 1960s
Some kitchen utensils
Spelling with lines
Spot for autograph seekers
Staple of Victorian architecture
Stephen who was nominated for a 1992 Best Actor Oscar
Street ___
Structural support
Subject for une chanteuse
Summer coolers
Summer coolers
Terse admission
They're graded in geology class
They're often said to be sitting or moving
Tickets, in slang
Title sometimes shortened by removing its middle letter
Website for people interested in 'cultivating' a relationship?
When repeated, singer of the 1987 #1 hit 'Head to Toe'
Where Arthur Ashe played college tennis
Wing it?