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|Jubilate||JUMP FOR JOY|
|1997 title role for Peter Fonda||ULEE|
|San Francisco’s War Memorial, for one||OPERA HOUSE|
|Sheltie shelterer, in brief||SPCA|
|Program that includes Build Back Better, informally||BIDENOMICS|
|Circumstance, in modern slang||SITCH|
|Not reserve||ACTIVE DUTY|
|Form of birth control||VASECTOMY|
|Nickname for Bill Clinton||BUBBA|
|Stumbles for a speaker||HAWS|
|Commanders became part of it in 2022, for short||THE NFL|
|A whole bunch||RAFTS|
|It’s bound to run in the third quarter||FALL ISSUE|
|Number before nove||OTTO|
|Tables||PUTS ON HOLD|
|“Still the Same ___ Me” (George Jones album)||OLE|
|Crimean Peninsula resort in W.W. II history||YALTA|
|Some arcade habitués||PINBALLERS|
|Like most depositions||ORAL|
|Someone who can’t stand working?||DESK PERSON|
|“Not for me”||PASS|