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Lightly hit, as a shoulder
What might be taken away in a getaway
Literary effect in O. Henry’s “The Gift of the Magi”
Primary ingredient in the snack Muddy Buddies
Things that magnets and barbershops both have
“Bad, bad” Brown of song
Like a show that’s hard to get tickets for, in brief
They go back and forth in bad weather
Sergeant’s superior, in slang
Move around and around
Erin Burnett’s employer
Women’s golf great Lorena
[Now THAT’S relaxing!]
Centerpiece of the Oval Office
Connections on Air France?
How flowers and fabric samples may be sold
Onomatopoeic musical effect
Atlanta’s public transport system
“The Pit and the Pendulum” author, in brief
Network of personal relationships … or a punny hint to 3-, 7- and 11-Down
Every country has one
Holy Roman Empire’s ___ the Great
Golf’s “Slammin’ Sammy”
Second-largest moon of Saturn
Sits (down) hard
One helping to build an endowment fund
Joins a Federal Reserve Facebook group?
Style of music for Pat Benatar or Bon Jovi
Uploads a photo of a government security?
Bronx team, on scoreboards
Ne plus ultra
Retweets a photo of the U.S. gold repository?
Luciano Pavarotti, e.g.
Kind of daisy
Brand sold at gas stations
Start of a trip, for short?
California river known more for salmon and trout than the fish it’s named after
“How was ___ know?”
Key near “~”
Put your hands together
There is one between birthdays
“Flashdance” actor Michael
Relative of a giraffe
Poison-pen letters, e.g.
Comedian ___ Sherman, creator of TV’s “I’ve Got a Secret”
Course you slide through
Fiji’s largest city
Word with sugar or candy
Past one’s bedtime, say
Hot tub feature
Indian tourist destination