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“Modern Family” network
Word that can go before “maniac” or “centric”
“Eh, I’ll pass”
Tit for ___ (even exchange)
Winter road hazard
“Good Morning America” coanchor who was an NBC page in 1991: 2 wds.
“Mary Queen of Scots” actor Pearce
Hollow-stemmed plant in a marsh
“Weekend Update” coanchor Jost
“Back to the Future Part ___” (1990 movie)
Terk from Disney’s “Tarzan,” for example
Lord Voldemort’s real first name
1970 hit for the Kinks
Original “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” host who was an NBC page in 1955: 2 wds.
School course where you might learn about division of labor: Abbr.
Immensely long time
Cracklin’ ___ Bran (Kellogg’s cereal)
“That’s neither here nor ___”
Santa Monica ___ (oceanfront attraction in Los Angeles)
“What did I tell you?”
“Parks and Recreation” actress who was an NBC page in 2005: 2 wds.
“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” star Vardalos
“Holey Moley” color commentator Riggle
New York ballplayer with a blue and orange team logo
___ shoes (ballerina’s footwear)
“___ rise!” (courtroom order)
Large snake of the Americas
Short-legged Welsh dog breed
Website that’s similar to a craft fair
Credibility ___ (lack of trust)
Former “SNL” star Cheri
“___ for What” (2018 Drake hit)
Got an A on
___ Majesty the Queen
Kourtney and and Khloé Kardashian, to North West
“The Piano” actor Sam
Give a darn
Oil cartel that Qatar left in January: Abbr.
Toy block brand inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in 1999
“Here’s what I think,” in a text
Thin instrument in an orchestra pit
Person who tells fish stories
Prefix meaning “before” that can precede “bellum” or “chamber”
Conclude through reasoning
Santa Clara-based computer chip maker
T-Mobile ___ (home to the Vegas Golden Knights)
Shape of a valentine, frequently
Skeptical response to a claim: 2 wds.
Toy poodle’s bark
Honest ___ (1860s presidential nickname)