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|Canadian city named for Queen Victoria
|Fiddler on the Roof" setting that answers the question "Where else could Sabbath be so sweet?
|Pen name of Charles Henry Smith
|A crossword editor has to be very careful when changing one--unlike this puzzle's editor, who was careless four times herein
|Web portal with a butterfly logo
|French clerical title
|Actor Cary with the new memoir "As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales From the Making of 'The Princess Bride'
|Ancient Greek city
|Bone that Napoleon Dynamite's grandma broke after falling off her dune buggy
|With one's identity hidden
|Nation with three dots in a row
|A Prairie Home Companion" director; "it" game; performer Marilyn; PC key; ear part; mama's boy; grown boy; "Notes On 'Camp'" essayist; blue shade
|Banned fruit spray
|Channel that shows Congressional votes: Hyph.
|Item deemed by a hi-tech company president in 1977 to be unreasonable for home use
|Margaret Thatcher's middle name
|Initials on a bounced check
|Jason Ritter sci-fi series that lasted for one season, with "The
|It may come after you
|Pull with effort
|Italian wine city
|Big initials in '70s TV
|Item of value
|The "me" in "nothing can stop me now," in a 1962 #1 hit