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Rim coating, at times
2018 Stanley Cup champs, to fans
Put on, despite the put-off?
It travels from D.C. to Boston in about seven hours
“You ___ worry”
Bring about, as confusion
Targets of social reform
Monopoly card with property info
Factor in the price of paper towels
Sign at a museum exhibit, maybe
Home of Florida Atlantic University
Singer/songwriter with the 2008 top 5 album “We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.”
Word that goes before and after “after”
Bulk purchase at the post office
Mars, to Jupiter
Betty who sang “The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s in His Kiss)”
Opens the door for, say
Something you wouldn’t use your hands to touch
What has a large following on a college campus?
Double shifts at work, e.g.
Deterrent to getting a credit card
Russian lead-in to -evich or -evna
Pennsylvania county or its seat
Small battery type
How ballet dancers move
Baldness is the result of losing them
What to do if you’d like a hand
Miss Beadle of “Little House on the Prairie,” e.g.
Like the era that began in the early 1600s
Some infant wear
Republic of ___, theocratic setting of “The Handmaid’s Tale”
Baker’s Joy alternative
Chinese menu descriptor
Winter air quality
He’s “waiting in the sky” in a classic David Bowie song
“Pfft, how hard could it be?!”
Regular guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show”
Part of a plane
Italian playwright who won the 1997 Nobel Prize in Literature
Nonbinary, in a way
Things that go “Bang!”
___ Center, home of the Denver Nuggets
Pair of overalls?
Disney character who sings “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”