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|Shout accented on the second syllable|
|Vehicle that gets cell service?|
|One doing a mob hit|
|Mob boss Frank|
|NPR journalist Shapiro|
|He adopted Esther in the Book of Esther|
|Sex drive and others|
|Variety of dark-skinned grape|
|This and that|
|What kindness and honesty reveal|
|Musician with the 1987 instrumental hit "Songbird"|
|Cambodia's Lon ___|
|General Mills corn snack bit|
|Absolut rival, informally|
|Bases of TED talks|
|Go ___ great length|
|"Gimme a high-five!"|
|More than 1% or 2%|
|Tennyson's "Geraint and ___"|
|Long in Hollywood|
|Binge-watching aid, in brief|
|There's one for every season, for short|
|James or Luther of R&B|
|Liberal arts dept.|
|Orator who declared "Laws are silent in times of war"|
|Drink mentioned in the chorus of "American Pie"|
|Words spoken just before a TV commercial|
|I.R.S. form 5498 subj.|
|"The Black Tulip" author|
|Polo, for one|
|Words of retraction|
|Credit Suisse rival|
|Comment upon making a fateful decision|
|Swim meet event|
|Brand with "Thick & Fluffy" products|
|"Uh-oh, here they are again"|
|Pro and Mini purchases|
|Man's name that's three consecutive letters of the alphabet|
|Angry words said after "Get out of here!"|
|Battle of ___ (1797 Napoleon victory)|
|Person using binoculars, maybe|
|Able to move nicely|
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