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|Disconnect, as a trailer|
|Lead-in to Luddite|
|Fast-food empire builder|
|"The Black Tulip" novelist, 1850|
|Juan Per�n's third wife|
|"Since you weren't listening ..."|
|"Riders in the Sky" singer, 1949|
|Something cold from Mars|
|Best Actress winner for "Monster"|
|Jazz devotee, most likely|
|Road rage sound|
|Alternatives to chimichangas|
|Superhero with the foe Professor Von Gimmick|
|Game in which jokers and twos are wild|
|Guy's sling swimsuit|
|Many a Taylor Swift fan|
|Part of a circulatory system|
|Check out quickly|
|Warm and cozy|
|Break down in school|
|Newman, to Seinfeld|
|Easy to walk all over|
|Marcel Marceau moniker|
|Call from a bar, maybe|
|She played Odin's wife in "Thor"|
|App with an envelope icon|
|Warren with the 1978 platinum album "Excitable Boy"|
|Onetime label for the Beatles|
|Is no longer good|
|Arm muscles, in bodybuilding lingo|
|"Your Movie ___" (Roger Ebert book)|
|What's exited in Brexit|
|[I can't believe that just happened!]|
|Ned's adoptive son on "Game of Thrones"|
|Town where "Parks and Recreation" is set|
|Roman-Parthian War figure|
|1965 hit for the Yardbirds|
|Salad dressing brand|
|Juan Per�n's second wife|
|Features of some city streets|
|They come before deals|
|"Keep your pants on!"|
|Put on the line|
|Crying for attention?|
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