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Key for Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture”
A house may be built on it
A goose egg
Locale suggested by this puzzle’s theme
Malcolm Gladwell best seller that explores the 10,000-hour rule
Ice cream container
Virginia Woolf’s “___ Dalloway”
Statue of ___, figure atop the U.S. Capitol
Things with perks?
“I need to speak with you,” briefly
Brand of spread for sandwiches and toast
Ingredient in a Cuban sandwich
Spanish 23-Across: Abbr.
Holy Trinity part
Ones coming for a ride?
Wood rich in tannins
“Yankee Doodle” epithet that’s also the name of a food
Nickname for 18-Across, and a hint to how four answers in this puzzle are to be entered
Instrument played using circular breathing
Nashville music mecca, informally
“Old MacDonald” sound
Where Achilles took a dip?
They can be treated with warm compresses
English town known for its salt
___ de sel
Goes the distance
___ Gawande, author of the 2014 best seller “Being Mortal”
Balls of yarn, fake mice, etc.
Big Alaska export
“You think that’s true about me?”
“SpongeBob SquarePants” setting
___ Rebellion, 1808 uprising in New South Wales
Language that gave us “spunk” and “slogan”
Piece of information
Performers of the ceremonial haka dance
Noted example of corporate misconduct
Stone with curved bands
Dweller in a eucalyptus forest
Have a loan from
Strand at the airport, maybe
Letter-shaped part of a sink
What it takes two to tie
Time it takes light to travel .3 mm: Abbr.
Novelist Santha Rama ___
Hot alcoholic drink
1973 #1 Rolling Stones love ballad
Traditional gemstone for a seventh wedding anniversary
Make a decision