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Great Texas hold ’em hand, informally
It has spinoffs set in New Orleans and Los Angeles
Title character in a 2006 mockumentary
Menace following Captain Hook around, for short
Car owner’s manual?
Broadway character who sings “Shall We Dance?” while she dances
One might get stuck in an office
Emergency contact form abbreviation
Field of study for TV physicist Sheldon Cooper
Something enjoyed during elevenses
Abstract unit of exchange
Review the highlights of
Like a wide load
Artist given the 1958 Guggenheim International Award
Neighbor of 5-Down
Gal in a superhero movie
Unlucky phrase to end on
“Star Wars” nickname
Not get some Z’s, say?
Instrument broken over Hortensio’s head in “The Taming of the Shrew”
Status quo ___
Parts of pelvises
Rx dose: Abbr.
Picture section in old newspapers
Greek goddess of the rainbow
Neighbor of 37-Across
Constellation that includes Bellatrix
Sets of black or white pawns, e.g.
Two-dimensional rendering of three-dimensional terrain
Brand for the rest of the people?
Likely spot for a layover
Message on a tablet, say
Setting for the very end of “Aida”
Enemy who’s difficult to outsmart
Repetitive movement in a sonata
Children’s author Ibbotson
Went in all different directions
Set of steps
Sights at charging stations
Berry featured in cosmetics ads
Conspicuous thing to make
“Time was …”
Exhausted, with “out”
Give and take, say
Cause of storybook insomnia