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Activity that might elicit stares, for short
Couleur du chocolat
“___ Ever” (Elvis song from “G.I. Blues”)
Construction piece that describes what happens when you compliment me?
Kashyyyk denizen, in sci-fi
Contents of some sleeves
Up and a little to the left, for short
One who might be diagnosed with a polysomnogram
Cellist with a Presidential Medal of Freedom
Like some legal judgments
Singer seen annually on David Letterman’s Christmas show
“Say no more – I’m on it”
“___ Mañanitas” (traditional Mexican birthday song)
GPS suggestion: Abbr.
Aid in breaking down doors
Go down, so to speak
___ South, div. of the 55-Acrosses
#2 image among smartphone users?
Not straight up
“That’s my cue!”
Taqueria order, informally
___ Park, Calif.
“C’mon, man,” in a syllable
“Count me in”
One of the nine weapons in 2008’s expanded version of Clue
“That, in spades!”
Lead-in to cow, horse or dog
Footwear with a tree logo
Who said “The Lord will roar from Zion, and utter his voice from Jerusalem”
With 4-Down, someone who might repossess your car when you go bankrupt?
Prefix with thermic
Like some vestments
1980s presidential candidate
So-so bond rating
English breakfast, for example
“Ninotchka” actress, 1939
Close … but not THAT close
French homophone of 30-Down
Stand-up comedian with the 2005 double-platinum album “Retaliation”
Companies known for their net profit
Many a Univision viewer, in modern usage
Poet with the 1967 Pulitzer-winning volume “Live or Die”
Big name in parfum
Original airer of “Everybody Hates Chris”
___ Resorts International
“Je pense que ___” (“I think so”: Fr.)
Tsp. or tbsp.