August 9th 2018, USA Today

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10 percent donation
13-Down's locks
5-by-5-square crossword, e.g.
Alternative to single-elimination
Arriving group's cry
Assign stars to, say
Beat decisively, slangily
Bridge seat
Brown rice and buckwheat, for two
Bunyan's tool
Burrows who wrote "Can-Can"
Car part called a "bonnet" in Britain
Cartoon skunk Le Pew
Competitor of Alamo
Cue card contents
Dartboard wood
___-Defamation League
Destroy financially
Diamond defect
Don't stand firm
Dumb as a rock
Early victim of temptation
Elastic bandage brand
Excited, with "up"
Fly like an eagle
Frans who painted "The Merry Toper"
Freight-hopping migrant
Gambler's heavy loss, figuratively
Gears up
Goes off-stage
Haggard who sang "Mama Tried"
Have good intentions
I, in Ithaca
___-Ida (Tater Tots brand)
In-home caregiver
It springs eternal, in a saying
Janet of the Clinton Cabinet
Lassie, notably
Lead, as a rock band
Like Caitlyn Jenner, for short
Lust or gluttony, e.g.
Macbeth's initial rank
Made the scene
"Mario Kart" console
"Metamorphoses" poet
Multiskilled worker
"Nearer, My God, to ___"
Oil-yielding mineral
Oral vaccine pioneer
Part of a Whopper
Perfect or pluperfect
Petting zoo animal
Place for a pinsetter
Played the first card
Prefix with geek or mensch
Project leader
Put into play
Put to a grindstone
Queen of whodunits
Recall, as old memories
Runny cheese
Scene of 20-Across' temptation
Schiller's "___ to Joy"end
Spa attire
Star-shaped flower
Start of a scuba dive
State with the motto "Industry"
Street-vendor Gucci bag, e.g.
Strong desires
Takes a whack at
Taught after school, perhaps
They may be dominant or recessive
Tournament for all
Trims to fit, say
Triple Crown race, familiarly
Word on some campaign buttons
"Yesterday!" on a memo
"___ your nails!"