August 24th 2016, Washington Post

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Actor with Bolger and Garland
Bob Schieffer's network
Bookie's figures
Borodin's "Prince ___"
Certain degree in math
Certain saxophone
Chief newscaster
Christian fashion line?
City section
Collar alternative
Cone's eye partner
Core part of the brain and spinal cord
Cornrow component
Cries of wonder
Declared under oath
Didn't stand for anything?
Feed in a field
Feeling of inner turmoil
Filled-dough snack from Eastern Europe
Film swashbuckler Flynn
"Finish those vegetables!"
Frat party quaff
Glass window section
Goes astray
Guy who cries foul
Humphrey's successor as vice president
In no particular order
Irish-born actress Maureen
Island from which Napoleon escaped
It will help you dig up some dirt
Jewish priest with a self-named Bible book
Junior to Senior
Kebab choice
Kinshasa's country during Mobutu's rule
Lana's friend in Smallville
Last to be chosen probably
Lead-up to a big Boston "party"
Lets the tears flow
Letters from a debtor
Long forearm bone
Message-sending convenience
Neptune's domain
Nonnews newspaper page
Notes exchanged in many global transactions
Nothing's opposite
Nutmeg-derived spice
On the up-and-up
Owner of "The Huffington Post" as of 2011
Pan Am competitor
Political cartoonist Thomas
Portion that's left
Powerful person
Purple bloomer
Purveyor of yellow journalism
Push-up purchase
Reef builder
River through Lake Geneva
Some soldiers
Sonora snack
Sports Illustrated's 1974 Sportsman of the Year
Stevens who played Matthew on "Downton Abbey"
Subtle vibes
Sugar substitute
Symbols often seen with Egyptian gods
Synagogue scroll
Tears to pieces
Transport to the courthouse?
Transport to the theater?
Transport to the wedding?
Transport to Wimbledon?
Wallach of "How the West Was Won"
Writer's hiree