June 16th 2018, NewsDay.com

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Anteater cousin
Antonym of ''apathetic''
Apply incautiously
Apt name for a pet Mexican lizard
Bilingual mashup
Canoe-building tool
Capital near Lake Titicaca
Charged or invested
Cognac companion
Dark part of a sunspot
Discomfited episodes
Distresses
Drift away
Duck, say
Embroidering expert
Find rain in Iran, e.g.
Finn, memorably
Four-lettuce entrée
German Dada artist
Giant of French Renaissance literature
Go easy
Gradual, in product names
Guy discomfited by progressive attitudes
Historic event
Inventory, for short
Keep away
Kitchen sink attachment
Latter-day case breaker
Lenten art project
Like many movie speakeasies
Made aware of a hack, maybe
Made shorter or leaner
Make an important delivery
''Make getting together effortless'' site
Makes chaotic
Malia __ Obama
Medal rec'd by Earhart and Lindbergh
Metaphor for management
Milanese patron of da Vinci
Modernized, maybe
Mosquito look-alike
''Mother of the Blues'' who sang with Satchmo
Mysterious to most
Nautically agile
One on the winner's side, supposedly
Oral ''OMG''
Ostentatious, in Oxford
Play Asimov called ''immortal for that one word''
Pollen pouch
Popular Super Bowl party centerpiece
Pseudo-surfers
Rather small swimmer
Recently reconstituted protest org.
Rhythm readout
Sack with malice
Science of versification
Setting for many mass movements
Signs not to sing
Slot-machine bonus
Something you want to turn over
Stairlike
Swashbuckling sound
Tahini-based confection
Ten-time Pro Bowl quarterback ('50s and '60s)
Those spurning their outfits
Tips off
Traditional Buckeyes rival
''Unfading'' flower eaten by Aztecs
What's under your hat
Whom Gershwin dedicated his ''I Got Rhythm'' Variations to
Whom Philbin calls ''Pippa''
Word from the Hindi for ''viceroy''