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|Org. fighting copyright infringement|
|Part of a makeup kit|
|Pennsylvania city where the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers meet|
|Prestigious academic journal|
|Projecting beams on a bridge|
|Quick way to end a sentence?|
|Reading and writing, for most jobs|
|Search for prey|
|Section of a Crayola box|
|Option when changing jobs|
|Like very early education, for short|
|Legend says it arose on Palatine Hill|
|Latin list ender|
|Italian sculptor ___ Lorenzo Bernini|
|Italian known for pulling strings?|
|It goes clockwise or counterclockwise depending on the hemisphere|
|Ice cream choice|
|Hollande's successor as president of France|
|Guinness Book adjective|
|Grade of wine|
|Fuel for planes|
|Follower of four or six, but not five|
|Flavor additive, in brief|
|Factor in Billboard rankings|
|Extricated from a jam|
|Exhibiting a modern form of obsession|
|Concept of beauty|
|Chemical contaminant, for short|
|Buster of myths|
|Blogs, social media and other nontraditional outlets|
|Ad agency specialist|
|'Where does it all end?' argument|
|Slow and steady types|
|Socket for setting a gem|
|Start of a start of a menu?|
|The Liberty Tree, for one|
|When cock-a-doodle-doos are done|
|Winter Olympics sights|
|Words of explanation|
|___ Irvin, early cartoonist/designer for The New Yorker|
|___ Shankar, influence on George Harrison|
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