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|Proceed down the runway, perhaps||SASHAY|
|Working as a go-between||LIAISING|
|Achilles, for example||TENDON|
|“All ___ are civil ___, because all men are brothers” (quote attributed to François Fénelon)||WARS|
|For whom the ravens Huginn and Muninn collect intel, in legend||ODIN|
|California roll ingredient||AVOCADO|
|Religious observance||HOLY DAY|
|Assembly line feature||ROBOT ARM|
|“___ the Wizard” (show tune)||HE’S|
|“My Violent Evil Monster Just Scared Us Nuts” and others||MNEMONIC DEVICES|
|Me time, say||SOLITUDE|
|Attachment to a car’s dashboard||GPS UNIT|
|Late actress Diana of “Game of Thrones”||RIGG|
|See for a bit||PEEK AT|
|“Kimigayo,” in Japan||ANTHEM|
|Comic actor who played Sir Robin and Harry the Haggler||ERIC IDLE|
|Fresh bread?||NEW MONEY|