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Can you name the elements whose two-letter symbols are also words, indicated by the clues?

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ClueElementSymbol
A member of a Negroid people of West Africa living chiefly in South Ghana, or their language
Ancient Egyptian god of the sun
A variant on the Scottish 'No'
Slang for relating to agriculture or agricultural studies
In Egyptian mythology, the soul
Within the limits, bounds, or area of; not out
In Taoism, the power through which the Tao is actualized
ClueElementSymbol
Variant of Gaia, Greek goddess of the Earth
An expression of hesitation
A variant of the musical note 'ti'
Linking word in a simile e.g. Light __ a feather
Singular masculine pronoun
British word to express thanks
To exist
ClueElementSymbol
In a particular place; slangy greeting, 'where you ___?'
The sixth note of the diatonic scale
The seventh note of the diatonic scale; an eastern Asian shrub
A negative response; opposite of yes
The technical name for bone; in zoology, a mouth or opening
A river of northern Italy, flowing generally eastward to the Adriatic Sea
When used twice, a representation of a jolly laugh ;slang for a prostitute
ClueElementSymbol
Informal word for father
A variant of a measurement equal to 100 square meters; the 18th letter of the alphabet, phonetically
Slang for someone who enjoys relations with both genders
Prefix indicating 'together (with)'
The singular first person conjugation of the verb 'to be'
In British slang, short for moment; in Australian slang, short for moustache
The second note of the diatonic scale

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