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|Science class adjuncts||LABS|
|Losing casino roll||CRAP|
|Old Italian capital||LIRE|
|Autobiography of a “Star Trek” doctor?||BEING MCCOY (from “being coy”)|
|Audre Lorde or Lord Byron||POET|
|Kill off a major “Back to the Future” character?||SACRIFICE MCFLY (from “sacrifice fly”)|
|Neighbor of Borneo||SUMATRA|
|Pal for Pierre||AMI|
|Mates for does||HARTS|
|Birthstone for some Scorpios||TOPAZ|
|Attach, as a button||SEW ON|
|English class assignment||ESSAY|
|Part of a baker’s dozen||DONUT|
|It might sit on a sill to cool||PIE|
|Brand of cooking spray||PAM|
|Lament about one’s sorry appearance||I’M A MESS|
|Film star Danny hurriedly leaving the set?||RUNAWAY MCBRIDE (from “Runaway Bride”)|