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|Site with a “How to Sell” section|
|“Star Wars” droid, familiarly|
|Subject with micro and macro classes|
|They support many towers|
|Creator of hydroelectricity|
|506, in letters|
|It may include Facebook shares|
|Plea from the imperiled|
|Most of Canada and Russia|
|Lose your cool|
|Introspective music genre|
|Charlemagne’s domain: Abbr.|
|Oysters are a good source of it|
|What a raised hand may mean|
|Do more than just heckle|
|Organism that needs oxygen|
|Put into practice|
|Fish in the morning, often|
|Many a central European|
|Backdrop for a tie|
|Toy with a string|
|On any occasion|
|“I beg to differ!”|
|Oft-photographed feature in the Southwest|
|Greet or warn verbally, as one sheep might another|
|Food often candied|
|Berra in 1951 and Betts in 2018, e.g.|
|___ kwon do|
|Pronoun for two|
|“I’ll take care of that”|
|“How’m I doin’?” speaker|
|Show with Elisabeth Shue|
|Candy from Austria|
|“You’re going to regret this!” retort|
|Start for fiction|
|Part of UNLV|
|His career record was 56-5|
|Took artistic inspiration from|
|Dumps water on|
|Be enamored with, as a baby|
|Space bar neighbor|
|Electronic key holder|
|To a smaller degree|
|Call into question|
|Second Family of the 1990s|
|Seeks information from|
|2011 movie set in Brazil|
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