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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 76 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Isn't ___ bit like you and me?' (Beatles lyric)
'The Good Earth' mother
'What's the ___?'
1961 Elvis hit '___ Latest Flame'
1972 musical with the song 'Summer Nights'
A Bobbsey twin
Actress Graff
Ancient Romans' attire
Angiogram sight
Annapolis graduate
Attaché attachments
Board with a couple of seats
Bronte heroine
By means of
Edberg who won two Wimbledons
Emmy winner Christine
Female companion in 'Doctor Who'
Fifth stroke, often
Gridiron stat.
Hardly in
Harte of fiction
Having steam come out the ears, say
Head lines, in brief?
Hightailed it
Home of the Clearwater Mtns.
It's news in sports
What fools do, per an adage
What may ensure the show goes on?
When day is done, briefly
Wise one
___ Green, Scottish town famous for runaway weddings
John ___, Doris Day's co-star in 'The Pajama Game'
Key letter
Kind of impression
Kind of scanner
Law or medicine, e.g.
Like some poles: Abbr.
Middle X, say
Not necessarily rejecting
Old Athenian ally against Persia
One on it may be out of it
Papas of 'Zorba the Greek'
Pest eradicator
Poinsettia's family
Politicians take them
Pollen holder
Porter, e.g.
Rather smelly
Retired barrier breaker, for short
Rules, for short
Sermonizer in France
Shoeboy's offering
Sole support
Sonora snack
Supermodel Cheryl
The Tigers of the Southeastern Conference
This may be sold by the yard
Tiant in the Red Sox Hall of Fame
Tony player on 'NYPD Blue'
Took a twisty path
Turning point?
Villainess in 'The Little Mermaid'
W.W. II blockade enforcer