February 11th 2018, USA Today

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Algerian city with a casbah
Any of the Rice Krispies mascots
Audiophiles' "vinyl"
Be a moocher
Beat-up old car
Billiards flubs
Book between Joel and Obadiah
Bookstore aisle for DIYers
Bro or sis
Brothers' home, briefly
Can't stomach
Chain units
Clarence Darrow's org.
Clear wrap brand
Command after "Sit!"
Commentator Van Susteren
Crumb-topped bakery treat
Disney's Lady, e.g.
Dollar bill, slangily
Dull as dishwater
Electrical product sold in rolls
Emotional damage
Erte's style, for short
ESPN factoid
Find a purpose for
"Float like a butterfly" boxer
Fold, spindle or mutilate
Former flames
Fumble in the dark
"Gone With the Wind" setting
Greaser's hair application
Having the right stuff
Hieroglyphics snakes
Hires new actors for
Ho Chi Minh Trail nation
Houdini specialty
Infantry spear of old
Iowa State's home
It sells, it's said
Ivory or Coast
Jan who painted "The Merry Family"
Japan's national sport
Julian of WikiLeaks
Kagan of the Supreme Court
Lift, as morale
Like a bubble bath
Like the Nissan Cube's body
Listing of ETAs and ETDs
Little Havana's city
Maker of ProX skin care products
Medal for heroism
___-mo replay
Most October births
Most of Iberia
Mr. Potato Head pieces
New version of a song, perhaps
Notes depicting Hamilton
Place for a mud wrap
Poet ___ Khayyam
Point a finger at
Porter's "Miss ___ Regrets"
Preschooler's basics
Priest mentioned by Ogden Nash
Purposely overlook, as a fault
Quaking in one's boots
Rattlesnake's posture
Remove all traces of
Resolve, with "out"
Salvage ship's gear
Shrivel with age
Sinatra's "That's ___"
Stars with attitudes
Ugly duckling, in time
Use an e-cig
Used mass transit
Where 7-Down won Olympic gold in 1960
With Leopold, "crime of the century" committer