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Org. with a Five Diamond Award for hotels and restaurants 57
Level that a struggling MLB player might be demoted to 54
League classification of the Toledo Mud Hens and the Durham Bulls 65
Contented sighs (and a homophonic hint to this puzzle's theme) 66
He wrote "You and I have brains. The others have fluff" 65
Creator of Forbes' "most valuable fictional character" 68
Children's author who was a regular contributor to Punch 60
"Isn't it funny / How a bear likes honey?" writer 63
Cable network that airs "Criss Angel: Mindfreak" 58
Cable network specializing in "real life" shows 57
U.S. food retailer that reached its peak in the mid-1900s 57
John Updike short story where the narrator's name is Sammy 62
Chain store that originally published Woman's Day 53
African mammal that eats ants, termites, and cucumbers 54
"Fanfare for the Common Man" composer Copland 55
Spelling, who produced the five series in this puzzle 53
Mets reliever Heilman who got the loss in Game 7 of the 2006 NLCS 65
John Carradine's role in "The Ten Commandments" 61
He's twenty-two spots ahead of Ott on the homerun list 58
He doubted God's ability to bring water out of a rock 57
Hank whose home-run record was surpassed by Barry Bonds 55
First name in "Who's Who in the Bible" 52
First name in ''Who's Who in the Bible'' 60
First name alphabetically in the Baseball Hall of Fame 54
First entry in ''Who's Who in the Bible'' 61
Boy's name that's almost always first alphabetically 60
Alphabetically first member of the Baseball Hall of Fame 56
"The Boondocks" comic strip writer McGruder 53
''Appalachian Spring'' composer Copland 55
Vice president who dueled with Alexander Hamilton in 1804 57
Publisher of the most widely read magazine in the U.S. 54
Organization that publishes the Spanish magazine Segunda Juventud 65
Org. with the motto "The power to make it better" 59
Org. with a Work & Retirement section on its website 56
Org. with a "Pill Identifier" section on its website 62
Org. this puzzle's honoree might now be interested in joining 65
Org. that gives out "Movies for Grownups" awards 58
Mag formerly titled ''Modern Maturity'' 55
Its logo is on the book "Sudoku to Exercise Your Mind" 64
Grp. founded by a former high-school principal in 1958 54
"The power to make it better" organization 52
Sports org. headquartered adjacent to Walt Disney World 55
"Defending Liberty, Pursuing Justice" org. 52
''Defending Liberty, Pursuing Justice'' org. 60
Taft became its president after his term as U.S. president 58
Sports league that used a red-white-and-blue ball: Abbr. 56
In an alt. universe, its motto might be "Represent, yo" 65
Host of an annual convention attended by publishers: Abbr. 58
Defunct sports league that used a red, white and blue ball: Abbr. 65
Part of a capital's name meaning "flower" 55
T. B. Aldrich's "The Story of ___ Boy" 52
"There is no such thing as ___ boy" (Father Flanagan) 63
"It's ___ plan that can't be changed" 55
"A rabbi, a priest, and a minister walk into ___... " 63
"A rabbi, a priest and a duck walk into ___ ..." 58
Pop foursome that took its name from its members' first initials 68
Inspiration for Broadway's "Mamma Mia!" 53
Alphabetically first inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 63
''I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do'' singers 56
Swedish group that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest 55
Singers of "Voulez-Vous" and "Waterloo" 59
Pop group whose name is coincidentally a rhyme scheme 53
Pop group whose music was the basis of a hit 2001 Broadway musical 66
Palindromic singers of the palindromic hit "SOS" 58
Inspiration for the tribute bands Fernando Rising and Mamamia 61
Inspiration for the tribute bands Björn Again and Swede Dreamz 65
Group whose second letter is often written backwards 52
Group whose name combines the first letters of its members' names 69
Group whose music is heard in "Mamma Mia!" 52
Group whose last Top 40 hit was "When All Is Said and Done" 69
Band whose final new album was "The Visitors" 55
Agnetha, Benny, Björn, and Anni-Frid, collectively 53
"Honey, Honey" and "Money, Money, Money" band 65
''I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do'' group 54
Halévy's ''L' Constantin'' 53
Setting for Umberto Eco's "The Name of the Rose" 62
Wife in O'Neill's "Desire Under the Elms" 59
"Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture" writer Hoffman 60
"Sacred cows make the tastiest hamburger" quipper Hoffman 67
Jack who wrote "In the Belly of the Beast" 52
Late advice-columnist Pauline Esther Friedman Phillips, more commonly 69
Elliott who impersonated Angelina Jolie on "SNL" 58
Where to find ''Desperate Housewives'' 54
Song that knocked "Let it Be" out of the #1 spot 58
Network that tried a "Charlie's Angels" reboot 60
Where "The Fugitive" aired in the 1960's 54
Network that wants us all to get ''Lost'' 57
Its slogan was once "Wide world of entertainment" 59
It succeeded "Let It Be" as Billboard's #1 single 63
Anecdotally, the most ubiquitous song of the last month 55
1970 hit with the lyric "That's how easy love can be" 67
1970 #1 hit with the lyric "Or simple as do re mi" 60
#1 hit between "Let It Be" and "American Woman" 67
"They're ___ Delicious!" (Alpha-Bits slogan) 58
"Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23" channel 55
___ Powers (negotiators between the U.S. and Mexico, 1914) 58
Rhyme scheme of the first verse of "Mary had a little lamb" 69
"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" rhyme scheme 56
Lyric segment with the same melody as "Twinkle, twinkle" 66
Lesson sung to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" 66