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Faucet problem DRIP
Volcanic peak in the Cascades SHASTA
Brainpower figs. IQS
Stone from which Buddhas are carved JADE
Easily carved as meat TENDER
Aficionado informally NUT
Joining metal surfaces in a way SPOTWELDING
Surfacing goop TAR
Whip-and-chair wielder TAMER
I’ve had my fill thank you NOMORE
Winged monster of Japanese cinema RODAN
Yuletide quaff NOG
Charge for a hand ANTE
Super-size screen format IMAX
Amazon ecosystem RAINFOREST
The Daily Show specialty SATIRE
Chicken or chocolate choice DARK
Wiping clean ERASING
When “M*A*S*H” was set WARTIME
Big first for a baby STEP
Sharp-snouted game fish MARLIN
Human mind at birth so it’s said BLANKSLATE
Giggling Muppet ELMO
Beat the stuffing out of ROUT
Seaweed wrap locale SPA
They may be loaded or stolen BASES
Out-of-date OLDHAT
How audiobooks are enjoyed ALOUD
Creme de cassis cocktail KIR
Bowler’s gyrations BODYENGLISH
Got one’s fill of ATE
Suave like 007 URBANE
Bat’s navigational aid ECHO
Very in slang WAY
Raises a glass to TOASTS
Infiltrate slowly SEEP
LP scratchers at dance clubs DJS
Macklemore’s music RAP
Chapel promise IDO
Transportation for dogs and cats PETTAXIS
Mushroom or marigold part STEM
Treasure State’s capital HELENA
iPhone alternative ANDROID
Star Wars initials SDI
Dollywood’s state (Abbr.) TENN
Best Picture of 2012 ARGO
Recite as a chant INTONE
Oil quantities QUARTS
Stickball locale often STREET
Ashen-faced WAN
Scratch or scuff MAR
Respond to reveille RISE
Epps of “Resurrection” OMAR
Number cruncher’s raw material DATA
Chew like a chipmunk GNAW
Monopoly payments RENTS
Canvas holder FRAME
Pod in southern cuisine OKRA
Investor’s concern RISK
Hair stiffeners GELS
Pedals on potter’s wheels TREADLES
Sources of misery ILLS
Walking against the wind performer MIME
Mireille of “The Catch” ENOS
Tropical smoothie fruits PAPAYAS
NBC News special correspondent Tom BROKAW
12-year-old seductress of film LOLITA
Meadows who played Alice Kramden AUDREY
Ultimate degree NTH
It’s sought by scouts TALENT
Eavesdropper’s plant BUG
Share a border with ABUT
Lawn-Boy parent TORO
Snake eyes pair ONES
Corporate alias abbr. DBA
Hotel guest’s bucketful ICE
Steady as ___ goes SHE
Quick plane trip HOP