August 11th 2017, Usa Today

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Animation collectible
Bachelor's last words?
Bartender's late-night announcement
Baseball yearbook listing
Be on the same page, so to speak
Bob Hoskins role in "Hook"
Boxing champ before and after Spinks
Brownie unit
Burton and Warner, to Taylor
Canape topper
Cross to bear
Did a barber's job
Did lunch
Didn't merely pass
Do well, as houseplants
Dorothy who visited Oz
Dory propellers
Duelists' distances
Dynasty after the Qin
Ends of a bar magnet
Family insignia
Fills to excess
Fisher, one of Taylor's 41-Across
Footnote abbr.
Fundamental beliefs
Gave medication to
Generous nature
___ Hawkins Day
Homo sapiens, to us
Houston Astros logo image
How some issues are debated
Imparter of bitterness to beer
Investment giant Goldman ___
Jump past
Key below Home, on a PC
Like a pig's tail
Like a weightlifter's arms
Like Paul Bunyan tales
Like Stephen F. Austin
Literary miser Marner
Maker of Gold Wing motorcycles
Mary of "The Maltese Falcon"
Meal with a Haggadah reading
Michele of "Glee"
Model airplane add-on
Mythical Greek ship named for her builder
No rocket scientist
On pins and needles
Pentathlon blade
"Pet" irritation
Poem "on" or "to" something
Prominent spot for an actor
Puppy's bite
Racing form figures
Radial on a Rolls
Ravi Shankar selections
Relief pitchers' place, for short
Run in all directions
Salad recipe verb
Schroeder's instrument in "Peanuts"
Scorpion venom, e.g.
Signal "OK"
Silly goose
Some Twenty Questions replies
Superlative suffix
Take down a peg
Tent entrance feature
Texter's "Just saying"
The Sundance Kid's girl
Thread buy
Times in classifieds
Walk wearily
Weeder's tool
West Coast airport letters
When most NFL games are played
Where Kuwait is
Where many a 32-Down fell in 1836