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Average score in a golf game
Word that can follow “Freudian” or “pink”
“Beechwood _____” (Budweiser description)
Band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017: Abbr.
Wax and ____ (increase and decreases, like the visible part of the moon)
Hot stuff flowing from Hawaii’s Mount Kilauea
Australian tennis player who won back-to-back US Opens in 1997 and 1998: 2 wds.
Some Houdini feats
Toothpaste brand that makes whitestrips
Kansas City Royals manager Yost
Ready to be returned, like a library book
The ___ of Avon (Shakespeare’s nickname)
“I knew it ___ to good to be true”
Australian tennis player who, at 20, was the youngest man to be ranked #1 in singles: 2 wds.
Income ___ return
Olympic swimmer Thorpe who’s won five gold medals
Tap lightly, or an anagram of “tap”
___ Jon (“Turn Down for What” rapper)
“Repeat ___ me …”
Australian tennis player who was the first woman to win the Grand Slam in the Open Era: 2 wds.
Overly stuffy person
“These ___ few of my favorite things” (“The Sound of Music” lyric): 2 wds.
Spy organization spoofed on “American Dad!”: Abbr.
Ball of ___ (something in a knitting basket)
___ Le Pew (cartoon skunk)
“What a terrible situation!”
College-campus military group: Abbr.
Render a verdict on a Tinder photo
Tied up, like roller skates
Fluids used in calligraphy
The “P” in “MPG”
Actress Woodard of “Luke Cage”
San Francisco’s Golden ____ Bridge
December 24 and December 31, for example
Small missile that might be blown out of a blowgun
Country singer ___ Travis
Like an angle smaller than 90
Play-____ (brand of modeling clay)
Sandwich with three ingredients, for short
Its capital is Montgomery: Abbr.
“The Lead with Jake Tapper” channel
Actor Wheaton of “Star Trek: The Next Generation”
Baseball’s Braves, on scoreboards
Home for hogs
Bejeweled headdress for a prom queen
Grain in Cheerios
“Where is ___?” (Series of children’s books)
Figure skater Flaming
“See you ____!”
Concert sound blasters
Fee paid to ride on a bus or train
“Silly rabbit, ___ are for kids” (cereal catchphrase)
“Juno” actor Michael
Linus van Pelt’s sister in “Peanuts”
Lake that borders Buffalo
2016 US Open champ Wawrinka
Comic actor Romano