June 2nd 2017, Usa Today

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Ab ___ (from the beginning)
Alternative to 7-Down
Animals employing bio sonar
App-based car service
Arsonist's obsession
Avoid socially
Backyard structure
Bills that will soon honor women's suffrage
Bit of folklore
Body part exposed by a flip-flops wearer
Bridge measure
Citizen of the Eternal City
Civil defense sirens, e.g.
Collection of pixels
Colosseum center
Couple gone kaput
Dispose of on "Pawn Stars," perhaps
Dry mop's target
Elemental unit
Fail to list
Far from rosy
Far from stuffy
Feature of a Pythagorean theorem figure
Festival de Cannes highlights
Front part of a gun, say
Gauchos' boot attachments
Get clouded, as a windshield
"Gilligan's Island" shelter
"Gravity" setting
Groove left by a Conestoga
H, on a fraternity house
Hard thing to kick, maybe
Hard-to-resist impulse
Head into battle
Held dear
Horton or Babar
"In that case . . ."
Inadvisable acts
Initiation or confirmation
It has 32 men
John Deere logo creature
Jughead, to Archie
Leaving nothing out
Like a Merino
Like a moonscape
Like much folklore
Miss greatly
Monster or Rockstar
National Hot Dog Month
Panera Bread fixture
Party balloon material
Peak visible from Taormina
Plant used to make tequila
"Poker Face" singer, casually
PowerPoint picture, perhaps
Proposer's offering
Provo's place
Puts a whammy on
Ramshackle digs
Reduces, as expenses
Result of a governor's signature
Scammer's victim
Scuba gear item
Shag carpet feature
"Sit tight!"
Some house rodents
Source of irritation
Spock's prominent pair
Story that may span generations
Support, as a Kickstarter project
"That's gross!"
They may be garnished or frozen
"Timber!" yeller's tool
Unable to pay
Understand, as a joke
WD-40 Company soap brand
Word after Keogh or Marshall
Word after physical or final