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|Free throw target|
|Like thoroughly cooked pasta|
|Jon who wrote and illustrated "Palindromania!"|
|Cat played by Jane Fonda|
|Fictional ship on a five-year mission|
|"What happened next?"|
|"Hip Hop Is Dead" rapper|
|Lead-in to "So sue me"|
|> 0: Abbr.|
|Artist who went dotty?|
|Move like Jagger|
|Beats quickly, in a way|
|Oboes and such|
|Iconic movie studio symbol|
|Popular shades brand|
|A good one is under 3.00, for short|
|Purina One alternative|
|Flying off the shelves|
|"Madly for ___" (1952 campaign slogan)|
|The Gaels of the N.C.A.A.|
|Emmy winner Gunn of "Breaking Bad"|
|Having trouble deciding|
|Uplifting remake of a 1980 Donald Sutherland/Mary Tyler Moore film?|
|Uplifting remake of a 2010 Annette Bening/Julianne Moore film?|
|"Walk Away ___" (1966 top 10 hit)|
|Prohibition enforcer, informally|
|Have second thoughts about|
|Birthplace of the tango: Abbr.|
|Big name in dishes|
|Mecca's holy Kaaba, e.g.|
|Uplifting remake of a 1997 Jack Nicholson/Helen Hunt film?|
|Subject of a 10-part 2017 Ken Burns documentary on PBS, for short|
|Uplifting remake of a 1964 Audrey Hepburn/Rex Harrison film?|
|Wooley with the 1958 #1 hit "The Purple People Eater"|
|Nastase of tennis fame|
|Big Island coffee|
|"Even Homer ___" (old saying)|
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