July 7th 2017, Usa Today

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1/6 fl. oz.
"A likely story!"
Baseball's dead-ball ___
Batting cage coin
Be shy, in a way
Big galoot
Bistro chalkboard list, perhaps
Blatant promotion
Chaz (nee Chastity)
Chopped up, as potatoes
Colin of "The King's Speech"
Cowardly Lion player
Cut one's choppers
Declared for the NFL draft, say
"Didn't need to know that!"
DiFranco of folk rock
Door-busting tool
Drink with a scone
Dunsinane Hill denial
Ethanol source
Factor in golf club selection
Fingerprinting need
Game-stopping call
Gas company, say
Hang around for
Hiker's route
Horn-honking Marx
"I'm game"
Insert coins into, as a meter
Is in need of a nasal strip
It'll cure what ails you
Keys with 15 Grammys
Letter carriers' organization
Like marbled meat
___-loading (pre-marathon prep)
London's ___ Gardens
Lyft competitor
Mo. for picking apples
Musk of SpaceX
Musketeers' motto word
Netman who wrote "Days of Grace"
Often-discounted cost
One of two needed to strike a coin
One told to "git along," in song
"Open sesame!" speaker
Orange jumpsuit, maybe
Org. headed by Bush 41
Part of a finished basement, perhaps
Part of BART
Payments at some booths
"Piece of cake!"
Pies, in slapstick scenes
Place to surf
Point the right way
Porcine tusker
"Primary residence" is a subcategory of this
Risky way to eat pork
Sch. publishing the Daily Bruin
Secure again
Slapped the cuffs on
So last year
Submit, as homework
Suffix with audio or biblio
Superman's birth name
The Big Green of college sports
"The Librarians" channel
"Thrilla in Manila" result, for short
Ticked off
"Topaz" author Leon
Totally absorbed
Two-timing sort
Unit represented by omega
Welsh ___ (dog breed)
What FAQs offer
What's position, to Abbott and Costello
"Winner" in a 1948 headline
Word with bitter or dead
"You Are My Destiny" singer Paul