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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 58 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Soon enough
Sports equipment wired for scoring
They might be weaving
Trademark relatives
Trivial stuff
Comparatively shrewd
Deliver by truck
Delivered by a third person, perhaps
Drama queen
Ecclesiastical districts
Founder of the Foundation for Florida's Future
Heirs, legally
It contains the three-fifths clause
It needs to be built up when it's bad
It's free of charge
It's typically easier to give than take
Its capital is Gaborone
Lame excuse
Least exciting
Like some nights and eyes
Loafer attachment
Lucia's brother in 'Lucia di Lammermoor'
Mixed with something else
One signing off
Opening and closing facilitator
Opposite of turbulent
Participants in a kids' game
Politico Hutchinson and others
Refreshing things
Said while pounding the fist, say
Send from abroad
Separator of light and dark
Set piece?
Setting one back the most
Singer of the 1991 hit 'Wicked Game'
Snow-covered cover-up
Something taken before swinging
Common household pest
'Les Mains Sales' playwright, 1948
'Only bad witches are ugly' speaker
'That wasn't a joke!'
'You ___!'
Apartment adjuncts
Apt to turn out badly
Artistic impressions?
Asian range, with 'the'
Asian royal
Bit of regalia
Ballerina, often
Blouse coverer
Break by hitting
Bursts open, as legume seedpods