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1 Press (down), as pipe bowl ash Life-sav­ing proc. Col­lect $200 in Monopoly Top poker pair Feel re­morse for Brew­pub fix­ture *Pales­tine, to many Soc­cer game shout

St. plagued by wild­fires in 2017 Leaves out Colorado re­sort Other side in a fight Mon­terey County seat *Slam-dance area Spon­ta­neous no­tion Clas­sic Ford One of eight Eng. kings Cola, e.g. Ac­tress Lon­go­ria Vi­enna’s coun­try: Abbr. Gob­ble up Do sales work (for) Base­ball glove Base­ball throw Multi-room ac­com­mo­da­tions Praise­ful verses *What “blows no good” More geeky 5 8

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69 70 71 72 73 V-shaped carv­ing Happy ex­pres­sion “Six __ a-lay­ing ... ” Yoko­hama yes Descartes’ “I think” “Spring for­ward” part­ner (a re­minder for Novem­ber 5th) ... and what the last word of each an­swer to a starred clue can lit­er­ally have From boat to beach Is­land strings Pre-deal wa­ger Poker player, e.g. ’60s hal­lu­cino­gen En­joys 23-Across

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1 Ne­vada bor­der lake

Bit of a squir­rel’s stash

Messy fight Fu­ture ther­a­pist’s maj.

Study at the last minute

Say “You’re grounded” to, say Ad­min­is­tra­tive com­pli­ca­tions Kung __ chicken 2

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35 Edgar __ Poe Up-and-down play­ground fix­tures *Jam on the brakes More than a breeze Ready for cus­tomers Com­mon Je­suit school name Play­ground fix­ture

Sra., on the Seine For­mal “My bad” Dumb Camille’s con­cept Route providers Note to the staff Ex­iled Ro­man poet *Reg­u­lar din­ner-and-amovie evening 40 42

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65 67 For­mer MLB com­mis­sioner Bud Way un­der a river “Cats” poet Full of joy About-to-be spouse’s words In­flicts, as havoc Nos­tal­gi­cally trendy

Say “Much obliged” to Desert plants Walks with back­packs Picket line vi­o­la­tor Jazzman Al­lison

Word with bob or dog Po­etic “above” Eng. ma­jors’ de­grees 10-30-17

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