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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 68 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Good boy'
'NYPD Blue' Emmy winner Gordon
'Seems likely'
'Song of the South' song syllables
'___ Madonna' (Raphael painting)
Anchorman, briefly?
Animated film pooch
Are, in Arles
Be amorous with, in Britain
Bit of a shock?
Centipede alternative
Centipede producer
Class-conscious figure?
Deep-blue alpine flower
Dramatic rebuke
Dweller in the Chinese highlands
Easy way to the top
Eponymous candy man
Evening news hr.
Fleshy-leaved flora
Glaucus's love in 'The Last Days of Pompeii'
Hair removal option
Half brother of Hercules
Hard drives?
Inside shot?
Is scintillating
It comes into play when there's a deadline
Laugh-a-minute sort
Letter getter
Like some climates
Literary supporter?
Look of aged whitening
Massage targets?
Minute part of a minute: Abbr.
Monthly pymt., for some
Not just yet
Object, e.g.
Office stamp
One less than une douzaine
Opposite of purify
Parting words
Party leader
Piece of lobster or shrimp?
Pop that's over 80 years old
Previously, old-style
Resort on the Roaring Fork River
Rights, e.g.
Rudolph Valentino type
Schedule listings
Setting of St. Columba's missionary work
Some old fire trucks
Staff opening
Tale of the South Seas
Tenor role in 'La Gioconda'
They're not enjoyed by everyone
Track gold medalist in three 1920s Olympics
Vague sense
Where a king may be crowned
You may work hard at this
___ Lavoisier, the Father of Modern Chemistry
___ Music