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|Kind of case in grammar: Abbr.||OBJ|
|Pandora and others||APPS|
|“Autumn frosts have ___ July”: Lewis Carroll||SLAIN|
|Summer camp sight||CANOE|
|Famous Alan whose last name shares three of the four letters of ALAN||ALDA|
|Greenhouse gas mitigators||CARBON OFFSETS|
|Events with booths||FAIRS|
|Big Four bank, informally||CITI|
|Contraction at the start of a sentence||‘TWAS …|
|Olympics event since 1964||LUGE|
|Children’s author Lowry||LOIS|
|Third in a horror series||SON OF FRANKENSTEIN|
|Where you might go for a spell?||BEE|
|Abbr. on some natural gas bills||BTU|
|Some S.&L. offerings||IRAS|
|Intermittently||ON AND OFF|
|City west of Florence||PISA|
|___ Railway, backdrop of “The Bridge on the River Kwai”||BURMA|
|Fix, as a price||SET|
|Administerer of citizenship tests||IMMIGRATION OFFICE|
|What’s packed in a backpack||GEAR|
|Small bite, say||NOSH|
|Churchgoer, e.g.||PERSON OF FAITH|