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Can you name the words in each set, where each word includes the letters in the previous word, plus one extra letter?

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Set 1
It marks the spot on a treasure map. (1 letter) 
The only Chinese zodiac animal with horns on its head. (2 letters) 
The American TV station on which 'American Idol' and 'Glee' air. (3 letters) 
Set 2
Science-fiction series on ABC that is a re-imagining of a 1983 mini-series created by Kenneth Johnson. (1) 
Commonly used abbreviation for 'television.' (2) 
A doctor for animals. (3) 
What you do when you exercise your right to suffrage. (4) 
Set 3
Oprah Winfrey's magazine. (1) 
Opposite of 'yes.' (2) 
An electrically charged particle. (3) 
Chemical element with atomic number 26. (4) 
A rhetorical device or use of words to convey a meaning opposite to literal meaning. (5) 
Set 4
First-person singular pronoun in English. (1) 
It follows 'fa,' 'sol,' and 'la.' (2) 
A finish to a competition (ie: in sports) with identical or inconclusive results. (3) 
To leave, move out of, or depart from. (4) 
To be real or have actual being. (5) 
One who discriminates based on gender (ex: a male chauvinist). (6) 
Set 5
Roman numeral for '500.' (1) 
Title for someone with a doctorate-level or medical degree. (2) 
Famous 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?' singer Stewart. (3) 
The property of a substance that activates the sense of smell. (4) 
American rock band whose hit singles include 'Light My Fire' and 'Hello, I Love You.' 
Hangs downward; bends toward the ground. (6) 
The rhythm, stress, and intonation of speech. (7) 
Set 6
Symbol for the chemical element with atomic number 15. (1) 
Common abbreviation for the writing added after the main body of a letter. (2) 
A hot tub, or a place where one can get a massage. (3) 
A tool used for shaping wood or other material, or a type of edible berry of plant species in the genus Rubus. (4) 
Extra, or a bowling score indicating that all of the pins have been knocked down after the second ball of a frame. (5) 
A group of words, or a theoretical concept in music that describes consecutive melodic notes that form a coherent unit together. (6) 
Brand of disposable writing utensils, namely permanent markers, manufactured by Sanford and originally introduced in 1964. (7) 
The commonly-blue September birthstone, or the author of 'Push' and 'The Kid.' (8) 

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