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|Word often improperly punctuated|
|Satellite radio giant|
|Jackie Robinson Stadium sch. team|
|60-Across' noble status|
|"Bother someone else!"|
|"O god of battles! __ my soldiers' hearts": Henry V|
|White House section|
|Bringers of great relief|
|Johnny who was the last pitcher to face Babe Ruth|
|Catcher on the ranch|
|"Turn up the thermostat!"|
|Hunter on high|
|Wolverine, for one|
|Classic character whose exploits inspired the phrase in this puzzle's circles|
|Santana's "__ Como Va"|
|Many a charitable organization|
|"The Addams Family" film actress|
|Macabre fiction middle name|
|Almost all of Tibet|
|Summation symbol in math|
|Like some triangles|
|Part of a Girl Scout uniform|
|Playtex sister brand|
|They run on cells|
|Catholic title: Abbr.|
|Pants with texture|
|One of two states formed during the U.S. Civil War|
|Try to win|
|Gp. with common interests|
|Long, as odds|
|With 36-Across, French title of a Rimsky-Korsakov opera that translates to "The Golden Rooster"|
|Half a 1999 gas merger|
|In __: sullen|
|De Gaulle's birthplace|
|Here, in Le Havre|
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