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  1. "Modern Family" dad married to Mitch
  2. Round piece in a jewelry-making kit
  3. Bluish hue similar to aqua
  4. Cape Town's country (Abbr.)
  5. Brute of folklore
  6. School near Beverly Hills (Abbr.)
  7. Crew team's blade
  8. Sweets that may have bubble gum in the center
  9. Novel by 44-Across that was adapted as a 2022 film by Noah Baumbach (2 wds.)
  10. "___ of a Wimpy Kid" (Jeff Kinney kid-lit series)
  11. Shrine on the San Antonio city flag
  12. Novel by 44-Across that follows, among other things, the home run ball hit by Bobby Thomson to win the National League pennant for the New York Giants in 1951
  13. Hibachi residue
  14. Inventory-tracking ID number (Abbr.)
  15. "Check again soon," on a schedule (Abbr.)
  16. Novel by 44-Across that imagines a massive technology failure on Super Bowl Sunday in 2022 (2 wds.)
  17. Dog-___ (like some used books)
  18. Florida theme park that was once home to an "Innoventions" museum
  19. American novelist who wrote "Mao II," 18-Across, 25-Across, and 34-Across (2 wds.)
  20. Neighborhood tavern, maybe (2 wds.)
  21. Poet Laureate of the United States Limón
  22. "___ Man" (Robert Downey Jr. film)
  23. Many a Saudi native
  24. Girl of the fam, for short
  25. Wooden pins
  26. Host Jennings and documentarian Burns
  27. Four-legged family member
  28. Large group of people
  29. Japanese beer brand
  30. "Her Body and Other Parties" writer Carmen ___ Machado
  31. "The Other ___ Girl" (novel by Philippa Gregory about the sister of Henry VIII's second wife)
  32. Ghostbuster played by Harold Ramis
  33. Dinosaur in "The Good Dinosaur"
  34. Neighborhood sandwich shop
  35. Mississippi town where Elvis Presley was born
  36. Prefix with "system"
  37. Swiss mountain peak
  38. The NFL's ___ Vegas Raiders
  39. "___ Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" (2 wds.)
  40. ___TV (reality show channel)
  41. Museum collection
  42. Sports org. with Marlins and Rays (Abbr.)
  43. Eccentric
  44. Internet connection initials
  45. ___ out a living (just get by)
  46. Gallop
  47. Had a bite
  48. Doo-wop's "___ Na Na"
  49. "In ___ Shoes" (Cameron Diaz film based on a Jennifer Weiner novel)
  50. Four-door family cars
  51. Star of the big screen
  52. Autograph signers, briefly
  53. Prefix with "gram" or "graph"
  54. Purse closer
  55. Many a song played at a class reunion
  56. Salute the bride and groom, say
  57. Fargo's state (Abbr.)
  58. "Sultans of Swing" band ___ Straits
  59. "Frozen 2" voice actress ___ Rachel Wood
  60. ___ service (insincere words)
  61. State between Washington and California (Abbr.)
  62. Settings icon in an app, often
  63. Scoring attempt
  64. "Ring of Fire" singer Johnny
  65. Dog's foot
  66. Length of TV's "60 Minutes"
  67. Cable TV sports award since 1993
  68. Former Giants quarterback Manning
  69. Beige-like hue
  70. Uttered
  71. Former New York Mets pitcher Darling
  72. Norwegian tennis player who was runner-up to 32-Across in the men's singles championship at the 2022 US Open (2 wds.)
  73. Like some vows
  74. Actress Phillipa of "Hamilton"
  75. "Doctor Who" role for Karen Gillan
  76. Apple computer
  77. Wraparound dress of India
  78. Spanish tennis player who won the men's singles championship at the 2022 US Open (2 wds.)
  79. Joint that can bounce a soccer ball
  80. One of the Gasol brothers of the NBA
  81. "That was ages ___!"
  82. ___ Diego Padres
  83. Investigated
  84. Polish tennis player who won the women's singles championship at the 2022 US Open (2 wds.)
  85. Conjunction used with "neither"
  86. Palo ___, California
  87. "Dancing Queen" band
  88. Temporary bed
  89. Unappetizing bowlful
  90. "Happy New ___!"
  91. Most signage around a baseball field, e.g.
  92. Some smokehouse meats
  93. Red part of a baseball
  94. ___/her pronouns
  95. Ad ___ committee
  96. Team's possessive pronoun
  97. Agreement to stop fighting
  98. Some private jets
  99. "Right away" acronym
  100. Many characters on "The Americans"

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