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Cubed … or played with cubes
Something an athlete should bring
Beethoven’s “Ah! perfido,” e.g.
Part of the throat whose name comes from the Latin for “little grape”
French cheese tasting that lasts only a minute?
Symbol of nakedness
“Shining” place in “America the Beautiful”
“Every kiss begins with ___” (jeweler’s slogan)
“That handlebar has gotta hurt!”
Actress de Armas of “Knives Out”
___ Chu, Nobel Prize-winning member of Obama’s cabinet
WikiLeaks source, perhaps
Gas station adjunct
Canadian sketch comedy show of the 1970s-’80s
Type of weasel
Dig up dirt
Headline about a pagan rotisserie shop?
Massachusetts’ Buzzards ___
Bit of Quidditch equipment
Garments typically fastened in the back
Screed about Old Glory that goes too far?
Place to wear a toga
Western town that inspired Georgia O’Keeffe
Middle ship of three, it’s said
Applies with a cotton ball
Fairy tale menace
It might be painted in the bathroom
Breakfast dish from a “station”
Org. with skyrocketing expenses?
Tender kind of lettuce
Modern reproductive procedure: Abbr.
“The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but ___”: The Economist
Is, in retrospect
Dish next to stuffing and cranberry sauce
Habitat for rails and bitterns
Anagram and antonym of 34-Down
Girl Scout cookie variety
Captain America portrayer Chris
Concert tees and the like
Let loose, in a way
Small Indian drum
Contacts list faves
Pacific root vegetable
Some people believe swamp gas causes them, for short
Van Gundy of the N.B.A.
Rev, as an engine