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|Many got scratched in the 1990s|
|R & R times|
|Number between siete and nueve|
|Key with three sharps|
|*A little pig?|
|*Fruit used in Thai cuisine|
|Olivia of "The Wonder Years"|
|Females with pigtails?|
|Country code next to tennis's Marin Cilic's name at the Olympics|
|Pink character of Nintendo games|
|Capital on the Gulf of Guinea|
|*It's sometimes called an "alligator pear"|
|___ Flow (Scottish strait)|
|Root beer bottler Edward|
|Adams and Grant|
|P, on fraternity sweaters|
|Rug cleaners, briefly|
|Workplace inspection agcy.|
|*Bayou specialty that, like all the starred foods, fits the answer category|
|Egyptian god of the dead|
|Muted trumpet sounds|
|Indie music's Tegan and ___|
|Decide against the subway|
|Particles of water|
|Flu fighters: Abbr.|
|Good surname for a milliner|
|Open a crack|
|Toy for one hand|
|Mmes., in Malaga|
|Mother of Kourtney, Kim and Khloe|
|Capital on the Buriganga River|
|Vermont-based company founded in 1856|
|With 51-Across, "Cheers" bartender with Sam Malone|
|David and Bing|
|Clemson's sports org.|
|Iraqi character on "Lost"|
|POTUS, to mil. personnel|
|Conspicuous hit, in showbiz slang|
|Beatrix Potter rabbit|
|Brandy bottle abbr.|
|"I get it," facetiously|
|First word of the "Aeneid"|
|___ buco (veal shanks)|
|Will Smith movie, for short|
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