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|Extra in 2009's "Public Enemies"|
|Pain in the ass?|
|Dawn of the Space Age?|
|Primer libro del Nuevo Testamento|
|Big Ten school|
|What one doesn't have in an emergency|
|Protested, in a way|
|Half of a long-running Vegas show|
|Prepare, as scallops|
|"Inside the N.B.A." channel|
|Lake on the Arizona/Nevada border|
|Dutch craze of 1636-37, considered the first major speculative bubble|
|Start running off?|
|Fail to come to?|
|Make a homey home|
|Major thing in the heavens?|
|Fill positions in|
|It's paid by polluters|
|Gets into a fistfight|
|Site of one of Hercules' labors|
|"Freude am Fahren" ("The joy of driving") sloganeer|
|Movie theater purchase|
|Early 2000s low-carb fad|
|English author of "Stardust," "American Gods" and "The Graveyard Book"|
|"If thou ___ marry, I'll give thee this plague for thy dowry": Hamlet|
|Builds anticipation for|
|Five-time Pro Bowler with the Chicago Bears|
|Briton who wrote "A Fish Called Wanda"|
|Mild topping for a burger|
|Rose on hind legs, with "up"|
|Original title of Shakespeare's "Henry VIII" (the latter not used until the First Folio in 1623)|
|Subject to discipline after misbehavior|
|Alfalfa's sweetie in "The Little Rascals"|
|Creatures that produce neurotoxins|
|Legal advocate: Abbr.|
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