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Shaken thumb, in American Sign Language
The “dark” in a Dark and Stormy, perhaps
Schwarzbrot or Vollkornbrot loaf
How a security guard might say goodbye?
Subjects of some relative clauses?
Reduplicative girl’s name
Mascot of the W.N.B.A.’s Mystics, e.g.
Most actors don’t hold real ones, informally
Language from which “Saskatchewan” comes
Part of an announcer’s home run call
Exhibit a male gaze, perhaps
Word with big or goat
Light on packaging
Biblical verb with “thou”
League leader, informally
Setting for a plastered cast?
Start of some juice portmanteaus
Opposite of calm
Manila Pact grp.
“I can confirm”
Device sold with a remote
Barrier to entry
“May I help you?”
À la mode
Sticking points for vampires
2000s rock singer with the hit albums “Hell-On” and “Middle Cyclone”
The tunes “The Blarney Pilgrim” and “The Lark in the Morning,” e.g.
Dairy farm product
Unhelpful follower of “because”
Yoga pose similar to Upward-Facing Dog
Nigerian novelist Tutuola
Name that’s the title of a 1964 4 Seasons hit
Some sporting events
Really hit one’s stride?
Messy food servings
“Go ahead, ask”
Rarest naturally occurring element in the earth’s crust
Energy regulators in the body
Like stars in one’s eyes
Old-fashioned attire for a motorist
Opera heroine who slays a witch
Good news for the office staff
Japanese city on Tokyo Bay
What loafers lack
Topic in education policy