Just For Fun Quiz / Overlapping Word Chain XXXI

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Can you name the overlapping answers to these clues?

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Male part of a flower, consisting of an anther and filament
Austrian monk, Gregor, who discovered laws of heredity
Sanctuary of the most important oracle of ancient Greece
Defrauding someone online by posing as a legitimate company
Painful inflammation of a nerve caused by chickenpox virus
Landlord; someone who leases a property to another
Dirty and squalid; involving ignoble actions and motives
French Enlightenment philosopher, Denis; edited 'Encyclopédie'
Winged Greek gods associated with love and sex (plural of Eros)
To deliberately avoid or abstain from
Famous wookie in the original Star Wars trilogy
Casino card game featuring a banker, e.g. 'à deux tableaux'
Term for preference, or former CBS News anchor, Dan
A 'red' one of these fish is something used as a distraction
Malay unit of currency
Short name used for Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
Unassuming or shy about one's abilities or achievements
To put an end to something's existence; annihilate
Of or related to a king or queen, or their family
These mountains span Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan
Australia's 'fierce snake' is also called the 'inland ______'
Central-American country split by a canal
Most populous group of the Ryukyuan islands after Okinawa
Smallest of Saturn's gravitationally rounded moons
An indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of many people
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Synonym for 'holy'
To plunge into a liquid, or a fictional toon-killing substance
Latin term meaning 'itself' as in '____ facto' i.e. 'by the fact itself'
Neighborhood of Lower Manhattan known for art galleries
Pueblo Indian tribe whose reservation is surrounded by the Navajo
Disorder causing people to eat dirt, hair, paper, metal, etc.
Humped ungulate used to get around in Asian and African deserts
Thinly sliced _____ toast is often served with soup and salad
Most famous haiku poet, Matsuo, of Japan's Edo period
Ram's horn blown, e.g. on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
Italian for 'butterfly'
A failure in reasoning that renders an argument invalid
Common name for many conifers in the family Cupressaceae
Force per unit area, as from air or water
Either of the tubes connecting the kidneys to the urinary bladder
Another word for landscape
Colorful arc of refracted light
Nephron capsule namesake; Dave of '2001: A Space Odyssey'
Predatory insect sometimes described as 'praying'
A collection of cells of a specific type that form part of an organ
Spanish for 'mother-in-law'
Simple elegance or refinement of movement
Dwarf planet whose orbit lies between Mars and Jupiter
To save someone from a dangerous situation
Spanish for 'cost' or 'it costs'

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