Approximate weight of the Liberty Bell crossword clue

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Writer who created Oz
"Obviously," in slang
First word of "A Visit From St. Nicholas"
"... with possibly direr consequences"
___ Berliner, pioneer in phonograph records
Lex Luthor, to Superman
Bit of asparagus
Lines up
M.L.B. team with a big "W" in its logo
Rx order
"Revolution," to "Hey Jude"
Space-scanning org.
It may be bitter
Like bees
Not ___ (mediocre)
Clear weeds, in a way
Part "missing" from p.s.i.
Mystery writer Deighton
Words cried after "Go"
Abbr. after a price in a Craigslist ad
Lt.'s inferior
Québec's ___ St.-Jean
Soft drink since 1905
Young hombre
Biblical verb ending
Instruments for Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
German auto since 1899
"That'll teach you!"
Pigeon English?
Basketball champions' "trophy"
Gillette brand
Leader of the house?
"Love is love," e.g.
Outlets, e.g.
Something that might lengthen a sentence?
High school hurdle whose first two letters, phonetically, sound like one of its former components
Like all the answers with pairs of circled letters, punnily
Programming pioneer Lovelace
Seasons in Québec
15th birthday celebration
Tomtit is another name for it
Talks up
Classical Icelandic literary work
Title letters chanted in a 2011 Katy Perry hit
Oldsmobile Cutlass model
Financial org. once deemed "too big to fail"
Newfoundland, e.g.: Abbr.
Serpentine swimmer
Root beer brand
Range within which you can answer the question "Can you hear me now?"
Six-time winner of the N.H.L.'s Art Ross Trophy, born in Saskatchewan
"24" and "Suits" actress, born in Halifax
Princess who says "Why, you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder!"
Dish served on a skewer
Congresswoman Omar
Actress Lena
Suppliers of the milk for Roquefort cheese
Singer Mary J. ___
Moves quickly and lightly
Not only that
Rehearsal, e.g., in slang
You can believe it
Pears with a sweet-spiced flavor
Part of B.A.
Alberta city named for an eagle-feather headdress
Like some birds or dolls
Stops talking, with "up"
Mettle that may merit a medal
Two-player game invented in Toronto
___ of Parliament
Stops talking, with "up"
"Nice burn!"
Battle ___
Seasonal destination near Quebec City
Program introduced by the Trudeau government in 1984, colloquially
Approximate weight of the Liberty Bell
Advocacy grp. that filed for bankruptcy in 2021
Words at an unveiling?
Cry after an award is announced
Woman's short hairstyle
Portrayer of Senator Vinick on "The West Wing"
Level or bevel
Like some outlets
Desert planet of "Star Wars"
Be batty, in a way?
Canuck, e.g., for short
Capital of Qatar
Like bells in carillons
Part of L.C.D.
Some salon supplies
Like Rochester and Syracuse, but not New York City
Novel convenience?
Band whose 1999 hit "Smooth" spent 12 weeks at #1
Sleep stage
"Very high," on a fire danger scale
Iowa Cubs baseball classification
Et ___ (footnote abbr.)
Federal regulatory org.
Rose or lilac
"Where ___ go wrong?"
Novelist Gaiman
Pound sound
Thrown together
They might help with changing your locks
One with a phony personality?
Snake oil, purportedly
Central route thru town
Leers at
Frederick who composed "Camelot"
Helps a dish washer, say
One source of oil
Shout, informally
___ Wars, conflicts of 1839-42 and 1856-60
It may be perfect or simple, but not both
Big elevator maker
$15/hour, e.g.
What most spiders have eight of
Hitchhiker's need
International fashion magazine
Climb, as a rope


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