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I Marks the Spot

... and in this case, the 'spot' is the middle letter of each word. Can you identify the answers?
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Last updated: September 08, 2018
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Beginner (5 letters)
Gemini symbol
Twins
Spanish goodbye
Adios
Award, trophy
Prize
Yolk surrounder
White
Corn
Maize
Mobutu's land
Zaire
River by the Louvre
Seine
Belted constellation
Orion
Church steeple
Spire
Trojan saga
Iliad
Intermediate (7 letters)
Gin berry
Juniper
Extremely angry
Furious
Broadway offering
Musical
Yaren or Yerevan
Capital
4th US president
Madison
One of the three tenors
Domingo
Vacation
Holiday
Expert (9+ letters)
Frees from slavery
Emancipates
Famous hunchback
Quasimodo
Inoculate, immunize
Vaccinate
Golden dog
Retriever
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level 57
Apr 12, 2016
Could "abolishes" work for "emancipates"?
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level 61
Apr 12, 2016
No, the clue doesn't allow for that. 'Abolish' is a general term meaning 'put an end to'. So, while you can certainly abolish slavery, you can't abolish someone from slavery.
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level 66
Apr 13, 2016
Ya, I tried that, but didn't really expect it to work for exactly that reason. emancipate is definitely more correct
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level 57
Apr 13, 2016
One could certainly "put an end to" someone from slavery, but the clue doesn't allow for that! :D