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|Maker of Miatas|
|Foe of Foreman and Frazier|
|Birthday greeting sent with a click|
|“Delta of Venus” author Anaïs|
|Use a swizzle stick|
|Give up, as land|
|___ room (pool table locale)|
|Cheese coated with red wax|
|“Wish Tree” artist Yoko|
|Country west of Togo|
|He filled O’Connor’s vacated seat|
|Computer at a Genius Bar|
|Made it past the club doorman|
|Shapiro of public radio|
|Christopher of “Superman”|
|Rustic stop for travelers|
|Luxury hotel chain|
|Printer paper size: Abbr.|
|“Caribbean Blue” singer|
|Prepare to try again|
|“Not a problem”|
|Fit to be tied|
|Stephen King’s home state|
|She fell down a rabbit hole|
|Org. for the Chicago Sky and Seattle Storm|
|Si Newhouse or Rupert Murdoch|
|Efron of “The Greatest Showman”|
|Soft & ___ (antiperspirant)|
|Trip to the plate|
|Geoffrey of fashion|
|Port down the coast from Beirut|
|Human resources concern, and what each set of circled letters reveals|
|Radio studio sign|
|Corleone played by James Caan|
|Dessert often topped with cream cheese frosting|
|Six-sided game pieces|
|Rice or rye|
|“Stormy Weather” singer Lena|
|“You can say that again!”|
|Make corrections to|
|Judge at Yankee Stadium|
|State flower of New Mexico|
|Pilot’s landing guess: Abbr.|
|“Just ___ suspected!”|
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