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|Home to Bowling Green|
|Prom wear, for some|
|7-up, for example|
|True or false: Abbr.|
|"Don't doubt me!"|
|Attack in an underhanded way|
|Name tag info at an alumni event|
|Big ___ Conference|
|"Lord, is ___?"|
|Fathers, to babies|
|Rapper with the 2013 #1 album "Born Sinner"|
|Page in a Hollywood script?|
|Like river deltas|
|Catch, in a way|
|It's "rarely pure and never simple," per Oscar Wilde|
|The Richard in a Shakespeare title|
|Poem title starter|
|Like many monuments at night|
|Place to worship from|
|Woman's name that sounds like its first two letters|
|Put over high heat|
|IDs that are often not displayed in full: Abbr.|
|Back at sea|
|It has a tip for game-playing|
|Pipe with a tube|
|Like out-of-range stations|
|Part of many a wreath|
|"Aren't you glad I'm back?"|
|Place with picnic tables, often|
|Student's note-taking aid|
|Christopher Hitchens and Marcel Proust, for two|
|Played at a party, say|
|He portrayed Steve Wozniak in "Steve Jobs"|
|Org. whose website has a "Know Your Rights" tab|
|Opposite of weather, on a ship|
|Eco-friendly seafood designation|
|It might come from a tap|
|Prince, for one|
|Hawks have sharp ones|
|Gets away from|
|"Bacchus and Ariadne" painter, circa 1523|
|Used a black marker on ... or a hint to three chunks of black squares in this puzzle|
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