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|"30 Rock" character with the same first name as its actor|
|Ancient Greek city-state|
|Band of scouts|
|Baseball's dead-ball ___|
|Bill of 2015's "Trainwreck"|
|Bone of the hand or foot|
|Brain power like you can't believe?|
|Brand of fruit-flavored hard candy|
|Burn a bit|
|Cable channel owned by NBCUniversal|
|English socialite Middleton|
|Female friend, to Felipe|
|French 101 word or, with a different meaning, Spanish 101 word|
|Gabriel Garc�a M�rquez called him "the greatest poet of the 20th century, in any language"|
|Grouper, for one|
|Home ___ advantage|
|Home to Raqqa|
|Image on many a rupee banknote|
|Item that names a person holding it when its middle letter is removed|
|Judith of TV's "Nashville"|
|Like some monuments: Abbr.|
|Make a right turn?|
|Math whizzes, stereotypically|
|Modern transports used while standing|
|No longer struggling|
|"Nothing to get worked up about"|
|Onetime presidential candidate with a divinity degree from Yale|
|Parent company of Reebok|
|Point of ___|
|Slightly fermented baked dish|
|Stationary basketball attempt|
|Sushi bar beverage, perhaps|
|Sushi bar fish|
|"Sweet love of my life," in a 1976 Bob Dylan song|
|"The Simpsons" character who claims he can recite pi to 40,000 places|
|They have tubes attached|
|Type of property, in real-estate lingo|
|University department, in course descriptions|
|What's not a sin in math class?|
|Words from the chickenhearted|
|___ Xtra (Coca-Cola product)|
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