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|No and Oz, e.g.|
|Play with Che|
|Cars leader Ocasek|
|Hall of Hall & Oates|
|Nautical almanac info|
|Card with a letter|
|*1971 movie about a college basketball player, directed by Jack Nicholson|
|Best Actress winner born in Tokyo|
|*2006 rom-com that takes place in Chicago|
|Tags and badges, often|
|Harness the wind|
|*1990 Coen brothers drama|
|"___ not making myself clear?"|
|Language with no single word for "yes"|
|Focus of some aquariums|
|3 for 1 and 2|
|Lamarr of "Samson and Delilah"|
|*2008 film nominated for Best Picture|
|X, to Xenophon|
|How people dress for an ugly sweater party|
|*1986 comedy that takes place in the village of Santo Poco|
|Spend time before the mirror|
|First word of MGM's motto|
|Annual NBA event|
|World's largest copier manufacturer|
|Stark played by Sean Bean|
|DuPont fiber seen on homes under construction|
|Neighbor of B.C.|
|Loop at a luau|
|It makes people hallucinate|
|"That'd be nice"|
|A little too enthusiastic|
|End of a field, often|
|Bill's first Defense secretary|
|Tale of Troy|
|Verizon bought it in 2006|
|Late round in the Australian Open|
|Walked with confidence|
|Church arch, sometimes|
|Peter of NPR|
|First language of Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu|
|___ than dirt|
|Cherbourg chess piece|
|Got together with|
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