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|___ Modern (London gallery)|
|Put down in writing?|
|Word with rest or play|
|Garten of eatin'|
|"You got me there"|
|Kind of tank|
|Amazon tree hugger|
|Card game cry|
|Exclamation of shock, spelled in a modern way|
|Gabbana's partner in fashion|
|Save it for a rainy day|
|Old rug in a courtroom?|
|The "E" in B.C.E.|
|"I do," for one|
|Basketball feint ... or a hint to 17-, 24-, 36- and 46-Across?|
|Make it through a difficult period|
|"De ___" ("You're welcome": Fr.)|
|Alliterative "Doctor" of children's literature|
|Cent : euro :: ___ : krona|
|They can be even, paradoxically|
|Prepares to score on a sac fly|
|Garfield's romantic interest, in the comics|
|"Short and stout" singer of nursery rhyme|
|Steinbeck's "___ of Eden"|
|Like a mathematical function that changes at different intervals|
|When doubled, a 2010s dance fad|
|Amazon's business, informally|
|Like some offensive humor|
|Hammer ___ (certain summer Olympian)|
|Collaborative principle in improv comedy|
|"Toy Story" antagonist|
|One end of the Iditarod|
|Like fish and rock walls|
|"Let's Make a Deal" choice|
|Shaking in one's boots|
|Turn inside out|
|Competition where you might pull a calf?|
|Jupiter or Mars|
|Prefix with futurism|
|Indie pop's Tegan and Sara, e.g.|
|"I May Destroy You" network|
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