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|Like noble gases||STABLE|
|Japanese emperor from 1926 to 1989||HIROHITO|
|1997 film with the tagline “One wrong flight can ruin your whole day”||CON AIR|
|Things found on old desktops||INKWELLS|
|Once going by||NEE|
|Tea, in Mandarin||CHA|
|Reunion attendee, informally||AUNTIE|
|Bozos, north of the border||HOSERS|
|Garb for the masses?||ALBS|
|Sam Shepard play about warring brothers||TRUE WEST|
|Subject of a 23-foot bronze statue in San Diego’s Balboa Park||EL CID|
|Shade of deep blue||MARINE|
|“Same here”||AS AM I|
|Night owl, often||LATE RISER|
|It shares a border with Georgia||CHECHNYA|
|Places to wear goggles||LABS|
|” you know the rest”||ETC ETC|
|Cut again, say||RE-EDIT|
|Annual event to grow awareness of men’s health issues||MOVEMBER|
|Dark red gemstone||GARNET|
|Sarcastic show of approval||SLOW CLAP|