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Pet that might eat Fancy Feast or Meow Mix
Device that can often be found in a hotel lobby: Abbr.
Tool for chopping firewood
Nebraska city where Gerald Ford was born
“Powerless” actor who played K-2SO in “Rogue One”: 2 wds.
Captain in “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”
Brunch, for example
Chevrolet SUV named after a lake
“The Twilight ____: Eclipse”
With 38-Across, “Powerless” actress who played Gabriella Montez in “High School Musical”
Old-fashioned device for making butter
Lawyers’ professional group: Abbr.
Emcee’s opening remarks, for short
Bad kid next door in “Toy Story”
Kind of, in slang
Banks who was an advisor on “The New Celebrity Apprentice”
“The Mary Tyler Moore Show” actor Ed
Spin like _____: 2 wds.
Portable music player made by Apple
Pass the ____ (take up a collection)
“Powerless” actor who played Abed Nadir on “Community”: 2 wds.
Big, hairy zoo animal
Appliance with a lint trap
What a fish uses to steer itself
“Here’s ___ in your eye!”
Hearty meals often made in a slow cooker
Payment to a consultant
“Misery” actor James
Rod that connects truck wheels
“The A-____” (1980s TV show)
____ down (make a quick note of)
Large Australian bird
Filled with grief
Herb that’s part of a song with parsley, sage, and rosemary
Stay together for the ____ of the children
Flashing sign that tells a studio audience to clap
Shirt that might be bought at a concert
Low ___ on the totem pole
La, ti, or do, for example
____ Ketchum (hero of the “Pokemon” cartoon series)
Mount Everest’s continent
Cable channel that competes with QVC
____ and bear it (suffer stoically)
“No ifs, ___, or buts!”
Widespread, like an expanse
“____ Named Sue” (Johnny Cash song); 2 wds.
Provided the voice-over for a documentary, for example
Computer programmer’s writing
Try for a political office
Tit for ____ (fair exchange)
Handle of a tennis racket or golf club
Coming ___ at the seams
“The Magic Dragon” of song
Canine companion of Jon Arbuckle, in the comics
___ and dash (eat at a restaurant without paying)
Meat that isn’t kosher
Shopkeeper on “The Simpsons”
“Science Guy” Bill
In mint condition
There are 1,000 of them in a millennium: Abbr.