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Arizona city near Phoenix
Word that can precede “com” or follow “polka”
Expert on tax regulations: Abbr.
Caterer’s coffee dispense
US Secretary of State who was formerly an Exxon executive: 2 wds.
“Revenge ____ dish best served cold”: 2 wds.
Make a selection
Sound of a laugh: Hyph.
Athlete who’s not paid to play
US Secretary of State who announced “I am in control here” after President Reagan was shot: 2 wds.
Zebra-striped gridiron official
Elementary school class where students do clay modeling
NAACP ___ Awards
Toy-abusing kid in “Toy Story”
Employ, as a tool
Tattoos, in slang
US Secretary of State (and fourth president) who oversaw the Louisiana Purchase: 2 wds.
“____ Sync Battle” (show hosted by LL Cool J)
Cable channel with the slogan “Positively entertaining
A straight one is the shortest distance between two points
Places for anesthesiologists and nurses: Abbr.
Game, ___, and match
Gait that’s not as fast a canter
Make a scratch in the surface of
___ out a win (barely come out on top)
“___ of one, half a dozen of the other”
Prefix meaning “against”
___ Lama (Tibetan spiritual leader)
Bird with a reputation for being wise
Golf course reservation: 2 wds.
Division between two zodiac signs
Athlete who’s paid to play
____ Arbor (city in Michigan)
Suffix for “hobby” or “lobby”
____ O’Reilly (character on M*A*S*H”)
Scarlett’s last name in “Gone With the Wind”
Whiter in the face
Tyler Perry character with a film franchise built around her
Small adornments in cornrows
Mario’s brother in video games
Tool for the Tin Man
With 35-Across, stage name of U2’s lead guitarist
Get out of bed
Archenemy, or the subtitle of a 2002 “Star Trek” movie
“Fee-fi-fo-fum” utterer in a fairy tale
Masked guys behind home plate, for short
What a Scottish groom often wears
“Waiting for Tonight” singer, for short: 2 wds.
_____, Larry, and Curly (the Three Stooges)
Title of respect for a man
She sang with Lennon on “Double Fantasy”
___ worth (financial amount)