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|2001 title role for Audrey Tautou||AMELIE|
|What Elvis Aaron Presley’s middle name is spelled with on his birth certificate||ONE A|
|Part of Q.E.D.||ERAT|
|Spinal Tap vis-à-vis 1980s rock bands||PARODY|
|Thataway, from a crow’s-nest||THAR|
|Fury at a husband leaving his entire estate to his mistress?||WIDOW’S PIQUE (sounds like “widow’s peak”)|
|Mitch who wrote “Tuesdays With Morrie”||ALBOM|
|Sturm ___ Drang||UND|
|What an in-group uses for fishing?||CLIQUE BAIT (sounds like “clickbait”)|
|Look at, biblically||SEEST|
|Flight board abbr.||ETD|
|Pull a cork from||UNSTOP|
|Org. that might pocket your checks||IRS|
|Org. that might check your pockets||TSA|
|Top of a schedule, maybe||LINE A|
|“Oh, I’m supposed to be in the line over there”?||THAT’S MY QUEUE? (sounds like “that’s my cue”)|
|Dog with an upturned tail||AKITA|
|One using foul language?||UMP|
|World of Warcraft, e.g., for short||RPG|
|Image on the back of a Canadian nickel||BEAVER|
|What “team” has, it’s said||NO I|
|Ed of “Up”||ASNER|
|Some alcohol smuggled into a rodeo, say?||BOOT LIQUOR (sounds like “boot licker”)|
|Author of the best-selling children’s book “Matilda”||DAHL|
|Place in canopic jars, say||INURN|
|Smudge on a theater sign?||MARQUEE MARK (sounds like “Marky Mark”)|
|Secondhand sale stipulation||AS IS|
|Many a scuba destination||REEF|
|“Happy Motoring” sloganeer, once||ESSO|
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