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|Hopped out of bed|
|Challenge for Santa's dry-cleaner|
|Medicine __, Alberta|
|OPEC, for one|
|Measurement based on inflation and unemployment rates|
|X, at times|
|Tesla Motors co-founder Musk|
|"Inside Politics" channel|
|Poet laureate, e.g.|
|"Postcards From the Edge" author|
|Where Moses received the Ten Commandments, for short|
|Colorful fall tree|
|Instagram upload, briefly|
|Three-time A.L. MVP|
|"Is there more?"|
|Solar wind particle|
|Song of worship|
|It may be reckless|
|Semipermeable biological barrier|
|Author born 9/21/1947 who penned the starts of 17-, 24-, 38- and 52-Across|
|"Mad About You" co-star|
|"But, mom!" evokers|
|Scenic overlook safety feature|
|Driving directions qualifier|
|Sign maker's aid|
|Always, in sonnets|
|Denomination of most Iraqi Kurds|
|Unlike spring chickens|
|Advice for an e-filer|
|One-named "All I Ask" singer|
|Skin care product|
|Sports bra fabric|
|Land surrounded by agua|
|One of John Adams' "stubborn things"|
|Corp. execs' degrees|
|Use a fork, perhaps|
|Exercises that strengthen obliques|
|"Sign language is pretty handy," e.g.|
|Nobel Prize city|
|Butler's last word|
|"Chariots of Fire" Oscar nominee Ian|
|Cat's back shape, at times|
|Authorization to enter a country|
|Fed. power dept.|
|Nintendo's Super __ console|
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