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|Not rumpled, as a bed|
|Slice, for example|
|Veal topper, informally|
|Certain body of believers|
|Part of a Latin 101 conjugation|
|What kind of tree ___?|
|Capital that was home to the world's tallest building before the Burj Khalifa|
|Pears and apples|
|Vladimir Lenin's real last name|
|Answer to 22-Across [Science & Nature]|
|"Carmen" and "Elektra"|
|Answer to 113-Across [Geography]|
|Answer to 13-Down [History]|
|First name on a famous plane|
|Host for a destructive beetle|
|Abbr. on a label of brandy|
|Princess seduced by Zeus|
|Word said before "do"|
|What 1986 ___ romantic comedy got its title from a song by the Psychedelic Furs?|
|Who wrote a 2003 best seller about a ___?|
|"Little ol' me?"|
|Asmara is its capital|
|World Cup cry|
|Newspaper units: Abbr.|
|Answer to 68-Across [Art & Literature]|
|Answer to 66-Across [Entertainment]|
|Have a bawl|
|Amherst campus, for short|
|Knight's wear, in England|