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A1. Cleveland team, for short ~ CAVS
A1. Bounders ~ CADS
A5. Gold bar ~ INGOT
A5. Mass of metal ~ INGOT
A10. Exceeded the limit ~ SPED
A10. Exceeded the limit ~ SPED
A14. Really busy ~ ATIT
A14. Really busy ~ ATIT
A15. Closer's inning ~ NINTH
A15. Closer's inning ~ NINTH
A16. Scope opening ~ HORO
A16. Traditional circle dance ~ HORA
A17. Old radio component ~ VACUUMTUBE
A17. Old radio component ~ VACUUMTUBE
A19. Came down to earth ~ ALIT
A19. Came down to earth ~ ALIT
A20. Previous to ~ ERE
A20. Previous to ~ ERE
A21. Piggies, perhaps ~ TOES
A21. Piggies, perhaps ~ TOES
A22. "Forget it." ~ NODICE
A22. "Forget it." ~ NODICE
A24. Throw out, as a court case ~ DISMISS
A24. Throw out, as a court case ~ DISMISS
A26. Cagney, but not Lacey ~ JAMES
A26. Cagney, but not Lacey ~ JAMES
A27. Pretense ~ ACT
A27. Pretense ~ ACT
A28. Left no trace ~ VANISHED
A28. Left no trace ~ VANISHED
A31. Hopper of Hollywood ~ HEDDA
A31. Hopper of Hollywood ~ HEDDA
A34. Full force ~ BRUNT
A34. Full force ~ BRUNT
A35. Vein pursuit ~ ORE
A35. Vein pursuit ~ ORE
A36. Together, in music ~ ADUE
A36. Together, in music ~ ADUE
A37. Wet ~ RAINY
A37. Wet ~ RAINY
A38. "Think nothing __." ~ OFIT
A38. "Think nothing __." ~ OFIT
A39. Old sports cars ~ MGS
A39. Old sports cars ~ MGS
A40. Attack from all directions ~ BESET
A40. Attack from all directions ~ BESET
A41. Hotel conveniences ~ SAFES
A41. Hotel conveniences ~ SAFES
A42. Reversals ~ SETBACKS
A42. Reversals ~ SETBACKS
A44. Bad-hair day helper ~ HAT
A44. Bad-hair day helper ~ HAT
A45. Fountain choices ~ COKES
A45. Fountain choices ~ COKES
A46. Battle shelter ~ FOXHOLE
A46. Battle shelter ~ FOXHOLE
A50. Formal wraps ~ STOLES
A50. Formal wraps ~ STOLES
A52. Part of SATB ~ ALTO
A52. Prefix with cumulus ~ ALTO
A53. Bogey beater ~ PAR
A53. Bogey beater ~ PAR
A54. Finish the road ~ PAVE
A54. Finish the road ~ PAVE
A55. Surgical assistant ~ SCRUBNURSE
A55. Surgical assistant ~ SCRUBNURSE
A58. Copycat ~ APER
A58. Copycat ~ APER
A59. High-class ~ ELITE
A59. High-class ~ ELITE
A60. Opposite of fem. ~ MASC
A60. Opposite of fem. ~ MASC
A61. Fiddling emperor ~ NERO
A61. Infamous fiddler of legend ~ NERO
A62. Fooled ~ DUPED
A62. Fooled ~ DUPED
A63. Hopelessly ruined ~ SHOT
A63. Hopelessly ruined ~ SHOT
D1. Collapsed, with "in" ~ CAVED
D1. Collapsed, with "in" ~ CAVED
D2. Video game pioneer ~ ATARI
D2. Video game pioneer ~ ATARI
D3. Shortcomings ~ VICES
D3. Chops up ~ DICES
D4. Actor Erwin ~ STU
D4. Good name for a cook? ~ STU
D5. Deepest, as feelings ~ INMOST
D5. Nearest the center ~ INMOST
D6. Evenings, informally ~ NITES
D6. Evenings, informally ~ NITES
D7. African antelopes ~ GNUS
D7. African antelopes ~ GNUS
D8. Horse picker's hangout, briefly ~ OTB
D8. Horse picker's hangout, briefly ~ OTB
D9. Fran Drescher sitcom ~ THENANNY
D9. Fran Drescher sitcom ~ THENANNY
D10. Accessory for Joe Cool ~ SHADES
D10. Room darkeners ~ SHADES
D11. Dispose of quickly ~ POLISHOFF
D11. Dispose of quickly ~ POLISHOFF
D12. "Journey Into Fear" writer Ambler ~ ERIC
D12. Speed skater Heiden ~ ERIC
D13. Act affectionately toward, with "on" ~ DOTE
D13. Take a carbon 14 measurement ~ DATE
D18. City on the Mohawk River ~ UTICA
D18. City on the Mohawk River ~ UTICA
D23. Neglect ~ OMIT
D23. Neglect ~ OMIT
D25. Created ~ MADE
D25. Created ~ MADE
D26. Short pleasure trip ~ JAUNT
D26. Short pleasure trip ~ JAUNT
D28. Novelist Peter De ___ ~ VRIES
D28. Novelist Peter De ___ ~ VRIES
D29. Albany's canal ~ ERIE
D29. Albany's canal ~ ERIE
D30. Hammer and Spade: Abbr. ~ DETS
D30. Hammer and Spade: Abbr. ~ DETS
D31. Upstagers ~ HAMS
D31. Upstagers ~ HAMS
D32. Border ~ EDGE
D32. Border ~ EDGE
D33. Book jacket ~ DUSTCOVER
D33. Book jacket ~ DUSTCOVER
D34. Enjoys the sunshine ~ BASKS
D34. Enjoys the sunshine ~ BASKS
D37. Took a break, Senate-style ~ RECESSED
D37. Took a break, Senate-style ~ RECESSED
D38. Witness's promise ~ OATH
D38. Witness's promise ~ OATH
D40. Cause to rise, maybe ~ BAKE
D40. Lie in the sun ~ BAKE
D41. Dresden resident, e.g. ~ SAXON
D41. Anglo-___ ~ SAXON
D43. Ravel composition ~ BOLERO
D43. Ravel composition ~ BOLERO
D44. Rapid-growth environment ~ HOTBED
D44. Rapid-growth environment ~ HOTBED
D46. Galway's instrument ~ FLUTE
D46. Galway's instrument ~ FLUTE
D47. First name in talk shows ~ OPRAH
D47. Her company is an ananym of her name ~ OPRAH
D48. Rodeo gear ~ LASSO
D48. Rodeo gear ~ LASSO
D49. In an upright position ~ ERECT
D49. In an upright position ~ ERECT
D50. Bridge ~ SPAN
D50. Bridge ~ SPAN
D51. Record ~ TAPE
D51. Record ~ TAPE
D52. "It's ___!" ("I've been had!") ~ ARIP
D52. "It's ___!" ("I've been had!") ~ ARIP
D56. Actor Gulager ~ CLU
D56. Actor Gulager ~ CLU
D57. Sounds of hesitation ~ UMS
D57. Sounds of hesitation ~ UMS

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