May 12th 2018, USA Today

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A brother of Ivanka
Affectionate touching of noses
Affirm to be true
Alhambra builders
Aligned the crosshairs
Any MLB or MiLB player
Any of the Dionnes, for short
Bigoted sort
Blood bank supply
Bowe Bergdahl, in 2009
Builds a new room, say
Coffeehouse musician's instrument
Cream of the crop
Cubist Pablo
"___ difference!"
Dog with a curly tail
Drawn drink
Dropped for a 10-count, for short
Ex of Tina Turner
Fortuneteller's prop
Full-price payer
FWIW part
GM brand until 2004
Graf with a Grand Slam in tennis
Home to many Goyas
Humphrey's "Casablanca" role
In a well-put way
IRA-establishing law
Irish Rose's love
Kipling title character
Lab maze runner
Language spoken in Vientiane
Lawn invaders
Like the typical gym rat
Lithium-___ battery
Made a meal of
Manipulative sorts
Messenger ___ (genetic material)
Monarch's place
Mork's planet
Navigate a biathlon course, e.g.
Neuters, in a way
New Year's Eve handout
North Atlantic seabird
Not falling for
"Nothin' ___!" ("Forget it!")
Occasional spring training game result
Ore-___ (frozen foods brand)
Overly affected
Passed the puck to, say
Polar explorer's vehicle
Post-grace exhortation
Potatoes quantity
Pre-Christmas pub crawl
"Pulp Fiction" production company
Render unable to scratch
Rose garden pest
Safari park beast, for short
Sales agents' offerings
Sci-fi visitors
Shaq with size 22 shoes
Shire who played Adrian
Sir Francis on the Golden Hind
Slangy prefix meaning "ultra"
Sound of a dying engine
___ Spumante
"Sure as shootin'!"
Takes a whack at
Times New Roman character feature
Took a load offend
Unpleasant, as a habit
Walt Kelly's possum
Watch brand that "keeps on ticking"
Wish-granters of myth
Woodwind quartet member
Word before badge or raise
Word that can precede the last parts of 17- and 61-Across and 11- and 28-Down
World Series sextet, for short