June 8th 2017, Usa Today

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A greenhouse gas
A "star-cross'd lover" of literature
A white flag may signal one
After the buzzer
Alan who played Gatsby
Alternative to heels
Any "Jurassic Park" dinosaur
Apres-ski drink
Audit-conducting org.
Belle's man
Blacken, as a steak
Breakfast-in-bed item
Caterer's vessel
Co-founder of Desilu Productions
Conk out
Crown for a Boston Marathon winner
Cuisine with panang curry
Delivers a stemwinder
Depend (on)
Dig fragment
Ender of a good night's sleep, perhaps
Fighting it out
Forty-niner's score
Get bent out of shape
Get steamed up
Grain in much 2-Down cuisine
Have a hunch
Home to the Carter Center
Interior designer's concern
Just loafing around
Knight who finds the Holy Grail
Land on the Ho Chi Minh Trail
Liability's opposite
Like Super Bowl LI, at the end of regulation
Longest-serving independent in congressional history
Longtime TV brand
Lost, then found movie fish
"Make love, not war" folks
Many WWW access points
March wearily
Moth larva's handiwork
Musical sense
Nest eggs for srs.
Numbered musical piece
"One-l" priest of poetry
Org. for pugilists
Overdo it on stage
Parka part
Pasta dish that sounds like a dessert
Poked fun at
Pound of poetry
Praises to the skies
Priest's residence
Printer company in the Seiko Group
Recording studio effects
Reptiles of the Nile region
Salman who wrote "The Satanic Verses"
Savor, as a fine wine
Sleeper's woe
Slung mud at
Strained-at bug, in a saying
Sun or moon, poetically
Suspended outdoor seating
Symbol of redness
Texter's "I think"
Tosses into the mix
Travelers' stopovers
Trifling amount
T.S. Eliot's "cruellest month"
Walk-___ (minor parts)
Whale of a performer?
"What ___, chopped liver?"
White House web address suffix
Wile E. Coyote's quarry
Wood-shaping tool
"WYSIWYG" camera type
Young Scot