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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.

Half of Mork's sitcom sign-off
Hoof protector
India's second-largest city
Invite (out), say
It might be stuck in a log
Keep on file
Laundry pen, e.g.
Letters on Endeavour
Lingo: Suffix
Many a corner office holder, for short
Modern dashboard attachment, for short
Mouse chaser
Moves slowly
Newspaper V.I.P.'s
Not yet realized
On the summit of
One averse to mingling
One who's persona non grata at home
Order to Rover
Pantry invader
Part of CNN
Person who's always feeling down in the mouth?: Abbr.
Place to park a car
Sprang up
Sun blocker
Sushi fish
Tampa/St. ___
Threat ender
Tiny brain size
Accelerates, with 'up'
'Holy moly!'
'Lost' airer
'Thin' coin
'You ___!' ('O.K.!')
12th-15th century European tongue
Actress Russo
Adjust for
Airline that flew the humanitarian Operation Solomon
Alphabetic trio
Arcade game pioneer
Attila or one of his followers
Avia alternative
Bake sale holder, maybe: Abbr.
Big laugh
Bingham of 'Baywatch'
Chart again
Chicago-based film reviewer
Choral voice
Company newsletter
County north of Limerick
Deck cleaner
Deprives of weapons
Division of an epic poem
Dudley Do-Right's org.
English prince's alma mater
Equivalent of 20 fins
Exodus 20 subject
Feudal estate
Fraction of an ounce
Got nourishment from
User's guide
Wax-coated cheeses
What a mouse ran up, in a rhyme
What's expected
Yankee nickname starting in 2004
___ Ryan, a k a the Ryan Express
___-screen TV