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Aid for a small business
Dev of “Slumdog Millionaire”
Part of a prairie skyline
“Way ahead of you”
Compliment to a runway model?
Low card in Texas hold’em
Starting piece on a1 or h8, say
___ Slam (tennis feat)
Easily offended by foul language?
Kind of high ground
Axel ___, protagonist of “Beverly Hills Cop”
Japanese roadster since 1989
Residence that might be named for a donor
Question to a tantrum thrower?
First two words of “Green Eggs and Ham”
Malbec and syrah, e.g.
Wet-Nap, for one
Friend with a rhyming description
Sighting aptly found in “Are you for real?”
“Anything you’d like to ___?”
Relics proving how Noah steered his boat?
Something to do for recovery?
Pacific island ring
Neil with the hit “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do”
Actor Elwes of “The Princess Bride”
Driver’s org., no matter how you slice it?
Prepared for a field trip?
Interjections akin to “Yeah, su-u-ure!”
Bygone forensic spinoff
Quits at the last minute
Org. that awards the Safer Choice label
World capital established in 1535
Rap producers’ favorite vegetables?
Masters of slapstick?
Drink after drink?
“To live without ___ is to cease to live”: Dostoyevsky
Sign of summer
Get into gear
Title for an oral surgeon’s handbook?
Certain sexual preferences
Italian automotive hub
Subject of many an off-season rumor
“Young Frankenstein” character played by Teri Garr
___ Rudolph, portrayer of Kamala Harris on “S.N.L.”
Rules’ partner, for short
El Dorado treasure
Like apple seeds, if eaten in huge quantities
Fresh from a keg
Org. that sponsored the design competition for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
MXN, on a currency chart
Adele and Cher, e.g.
___ and Caicos
Part of a dean’s address
“I’d rather pass”
All together now
Word that sounds like its first letter
Elba who played Macavity in 2019’s “Cats”
One end of the PolitiFact meter
“Don’t be rude … greet our guests!”
Loonie or toonie
Some are named for kings and queens
Stately street liners
Coat from a goat
High point of Greek civilization?
“It’s me … duh!”
“Just sayin’,” in shorthand
Needless to say
Mississippi ___ pie
World No. 1 tennis player between Navratilova and Seles
Lived in a blue state?
One might be hard to sit for
Pipes at some bars
Downfall in many an Agatha Christie novel
Stops harping on something
Like a sparsely attended party
With 65-Down, “Ditto”
Instruction for a course?
“Sorry to intrude …”
Certain monkey … or monk
One needing new, unburned pants?
Oil-rich state, for short
Appliance with apps
Cover for “little piggies”
“Josephine the Singer, or the Mouse Folk” is the last short story he wrote
Kind of chemical bond in salts
What a meta clue might do to itself
Chicago mayor Lightfoot
Brick made of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
Lifesavers, for short
Piece of equipment for gold medalist Lindsey Vonn
Marauder of old
Lifelong bud, slangily
Partner of hem