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Everybody's Seen Star Wars, Right?

· By JR · Published 2023-04-22T23:13:12.854Z

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Identity the spaceships used across universes!...most of which are not Star Wars.
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    Massachusetts peak named for explorer Thomas (also appearing in webcomic Questionable Content)
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    1. 1A
      Massachusetts peak named for explorer Thomas (also appearing in webcomic Questionable Content)
    2. 6A
      Prefix appearing in choices, the study of lenses, and a positive outlook. (Not etymologically related, unfortunately.)
    3. 10A
      A place to stop for the night
    4. 14A
      Harder to find
    5. 15A
      Order
    6. 16A
      Potatoes often eaten with saag (spinach)
    7. 17A
      Ship of Shaw, Vickers, and Janek, succeeded by the Nostromo
    8. 19A
      The sound Kirby makes
    9. 20A
      Bad pun for when you owe someone money at a wedding
    10. 21A
      Model of ships like 33D33DAdama's ship, sometimes visited by Roslyn[---------], also found in the series title
    11. 23A
      Type of math that can power a spaceship in Adams' Hitchhiker series
    12. 25A
      World War II era, in Japan
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      Mechanical degree
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      US college at Chapel Hill
    15. 29A
      Richards of the Rolling Stones and Habersberger of the Try Guys
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      Airplanes follow these for the shortest path between two points (well, if the Earth were a perfect sphere)
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      The part of a wrap that makes it a wrap
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      Restricted top-level domain name
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      One way to get coffee
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      Mission (not ship) of Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins
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      Fanfiction setting where the characters are now part of the US space program
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      Opposite of masc.
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      Financial ratio of what you owe to what you make (abbr.)
    24. 51A
      Morning, Nashville time
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      Tam of Firefly and Song of Doctor Who
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      Space stations of Tarkin and Palpatine
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      Second largest city in Algeria
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      Prefix for height
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      Ship of Sisko (and occasionally Kira or Dax)
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      "Are you ready?" "Just ____!"
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      US government org that is the national equivalent of ISO, and the source of time
    32. 66A
      The genre that includes most of the theme clues for this puzzle
    33. 67A
      Respected title for a monk
    34. 68A
      Some Lexuses
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      Dutch-origin word for African scrubland
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      Soda without a doctorate
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      Ship(?) of the Doctor and their companions
    3. 3D
      What jeans and slacks do in the UK?
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      An alien who works for PC makers?
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      US army field rations
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      Organization that keeps you safe at work
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      People who rhyme (though they may not have known it)
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      "Nothing but the ____"
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      What you might shout upon spotting a Norse trickster
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      Spicy molecule
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      Allie Brosh's cryptid (Hyperbole and a Half)
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      Ship of Crichton and Sun (and others) whose name is an anagram for a condiment
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      Evoking sympathy
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      Type of steak
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      Old word for a jug that sounds like it should mean "shepherd"
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      The Czech play that's the origin of the word "robot"
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      Opposite of left
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      "No Scrubs" group
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      Sound of amusement
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      Hard drive replacement
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      Adama's ship, sometimes visited by Roslyn
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      Initials for when you have encountered a fun fact for the first time
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      Musical notation that appears at the start of every line
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      Not just homosexual or heterosexual
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      Beer for linguists?
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      Legal terms on a website that you probably shouldn't just skip through (for short)
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      Tie down
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      What Eurovision winners have done re: their competitors
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      "No power in the ____…”
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      British music publishing company now owned by Sony
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      Bad thing to do to a train, "of thought" or otherwise
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      Moved from one account to another (abbr.)
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      "It's nice out, ____?”
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      When you might have dinner, if you get off from work at 5:00
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      En ____ (all at once)
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      Type of note or message on a modern phone
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      Lentil curry
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      One who's let it go
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      "Up and ____!”
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      Rapid Diagnostic Tests, like those we're all too familiar with, for short
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      German football club initials
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