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Unit of current
Developer of 1982’s E.T., a video game so bad that hundreds of thousands of unsold cartridges were secretly buried in a New Mexico landfill
Stealing attempts on the diamond?
Look extremely stylish, slangily
___ People’s Democratic Republic
Classic actress Sophia
Always glad to be seated in the back of the boat?
Printed cotton fabric
Think of together
Perfectly placed “Batman” punch?
Behind the line of scrimmage
Pried, with “in”
Part of New York City’s Museum Mile, with “the”
“Catch you later!”
Buddhist temple structure
Penny going through the wash once again?
Subject of Walter Lord’s “A Night to Remember”
Facebook profile feature
Soup served at the church social?
Persuade by force
In a lively manner
What a pointless meeting probably should have been handled by
California in San Francisco, e.g.
Afternoon gatherings of Mensa?
Force at sea
Having no feeling in one’s texting hand?
One of the so-called “Three Crowns of Florence,” along with Petrarch and Boccaccio
Source of the idioms “fat of the land” and “fire and brimstone”
As we speak
Small anatomical opening, as in a bone
These can go for a lot of bucks
Check for mistakes
Party tray meat
Ad for heartburn medication?
State you’ll never get to
“Quit your snickering, Damon!”?
Hitting the floppy disk icon, say
“No man hath ___ God …”
“Such a pity!”
Drink rarely drunk with a straw
___ Bora, area of Afghanistan
___ American Heritage Month (April)
Says without feeling
Start of a magician’s phrase
Send over the moon
Waited at a red light, say
Order by the border
“Please ___ your tray tables” (plane request)
Part of many California place names
Get out of Dodge, so to speak
Needing a passcode, maybe
Lead-in to rail
Computer menu with Undo and Redo
Word with freeze or fixing
“Don’t just ___ there!”
Japanese city where Lexus is headquartered
Classic muscle cars
Cards with the most pips
Some Hollywood up-and-comers
Responded in court
Units of distance in physics
Sticks a fork in
Piece of news
Drinks usually drunk with straws
Stark who was crowned king in the “Game of Thrones” finale
Eight-year member of Clinton’s cabinet
Glance at, as headlines
Animal for which the Canary Islands are named
Opposite of WSW
-s or -ed
One vain about his looks
Greetings to some mainlanders
Kind of acid
Like most mouthwashes
Classic pop art sculpture with a slanted “O”
“Suis” is part of its conjugation
Comic book publisher Lee
Where to find MA and PA