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|Adjective on Tex-Mex menus|
|Annual June sports event, informally|
|Backdrop to AMC's 'The Walking Dead'|
|Beer pong receptacle|
|Big name in mops|
|British writing award|
|Dried chili pepper on Tex-Mex menus|
|French novelist/dramatist associated with the Theater of the Absurd|
|Fugitive's destination, maybe|
|Greeting in Guangzhou|
|Group of near nobodies|
|'Hold on ___!'|
|Home to Rodin's 'The Kiss,' with 'the'|
|Hospital sections, for short|
|Jesus, with 'the'|
|Kind of system in which 64 is 100|
|Letters on some bulletproof vests|
|Letters that come before AA?|
|Made, as a putt|
|'Manners require time, as nothing is more vulgar than ___': Ralph Waldo Emerson|
|Marvel series depicting the Tet Offensive, with 'The'|
|Mass-produce, with 'out'|
|Mounts with a little white on top?|
|Not go out to dinner|
|Not stay awake any longer|
|One of a kind|
|___ Panza, sidekick of Don Quixote|
|Player in a baseball stadium|
|Pompeii's Temple of ___|
|Region near Mount Olympus|
|'Serial' podcast host Sarah|
|'Seriez' is a form of it|
|Shortest Magic 8 Ball response|
|___ the Hittite, soldier in King David's army|
|Things with microgrooves|
|Tracy and Jenna's boss on '30 Rock'|
|Went to bat (for)|
|When Taurus begins|
|Wife in F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'Tender Is the Night'|
|Winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama|
|Word with space or rock|
|'Your point being ...?'|
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