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Author: Michael Paleos
Editor: Will Shortz
|Drops the ball big-time
|Home to about 60% of the world's population
|One with a whistle … who sometimes 1-Across?
|Soccer superstar Cristiano
|Sporty car roof option
|Genre of Death Cab for Cutie
|Cold War jet
|Cover, as tasks
|Connecticut Ivy Leaguer
|Willy Wonka prop
|Jim Beam competitor
|Thinks the world of
|Hard to swallow, in a way
|Shake a leg, in Shakespeare
|Chinese poultry dish marinated in wine
|Residents of ancient Minos
|Windy City rail system, in brief
|boxing film for which De Niro won Best Actor
|"Couldn't agree more!"
|Name, as a price
|They're always ready for a good time … or a description of 18-, 25-, 35- and 49-Across?
|Tree creature of Middle-earth
|Brothers Grimm villain
|Marx's "___ Kapital"
|Cherry or walnut
|Remark from one having cold feet, perhaps
|Bit of unfinished business
|Pita pocket cuts, e.g.
|Dress (up), quaintly
|Island like Kiritimati
|Jazz piano style played by Fats Waller and Mary Lou Williams
|Fresh take on a classic, perhaps
|Slim Shady, by another name
|Eric ___, 1980 Olympic speed skating gold medalist
|Cardinals' home, in stats
|Part of a casual layered look
|College city in upstate New York
|Blues legend with a guitar named Lucille
|Hoffman who played Captain Hook
|Early quinoa cultivator
|Like chewable calcium, often
|Place for a concert or lecture
|Get really serious really quickly
|Rode the bench
|Stretched to get a better look, say
|___ Quimby, Beverly Cleary heroine
|Formal "you," in Spanish
|Sound of spring?
|Former L.A. Laker Odom
|Banjo spot, in song
|"Right in the kisser!"
|Fourth word in the "Star Wars" prologue
|Communication method in much of the 2021 film "CODA," for short
|Bygone Mach 1 breaker, in brief