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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 74 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Pants part
Part of E.U.: Abbr.
Part that's cut off and thrown away
Pen point
Performed without help
Pres. elected in '48
Printer's type: Abbr.
Procter & Gamble detergent
Protected from the wind
Providers of excellent service?
Raises, as a surface design
Saturn or Venus
Set (down)
Singer Easton
Singular achievement by 36-Across at the 2008 Olympics
Smooths over
Snipers' place
Something to be tested
Subject of this puzzle
Subway fare?
Tee preceder
The Baltimore ___ (nickname of 36-Across)
They may crunch when you bite into them
Tight end?
Treeless area
What each of seven 36-Across events at the 2008 Olympics ended in
Wide shoe spec
Word often prefixed with kilo-
___ flakes (cereal)
___ shooting
Bit of sleepwear
'Anything ___?'
'Same here'
As expressly said
Author L. Frank ___
Beautiful race in an H. G. Wells novel
Brand name associated with 36-Across
Bygone aircraft, briefly
Carnival food on sticks
Cathedral city near Cambridge
Chicago carriers
Club ___
Comment of surprise
Conn. summer hours
Coral reef dweller
Didn't do takeout
El Atlántico, por ejemplo
Frozen dessert chain since 1981
Go for, in price
Grain containers
Hungarian city known for its thermal baths
Increased slowly
Israeli flag carrier
It may be found in a box in the basement
It may lead to a landing
Jamaica or Barbados
Law partner?
Legree's creator
Like some banks
List of alternatives
Macbeth or Lady Macbeth
More men do this than women, studies show
O.T. book
One technique used by 36-Across