September 12th 2016, Washington Post

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1960s Culp/Cosby adventure series
1983 movie in which Al Pacino utters the line "Say hello to my little friend!"
1987 Beatty/Hoffman turkey
365 days + 5 hours + 48 minutes + 46 seconds
Animal's calling card so to speak
"Argo" setting
Atlas's fleet
Barbie's longtime beau
Bro's sib of the opposite sex
Central Florida city that's home to a national forest
Con games
Dagger of yore
Darkly clad post-punk teens
Debunked procedure to avoid harm from nuclear fallout
Driving need?
Early evening soiree that might be wasted on a teetotaler
Egg-shaped tomato variety
Evolve in a way
Get high
Giant computer unveiled in 1946
Ham it up
Heroic exploit
Huitzilopochtli worshipper
Independent counsel who reported on a certain blue Gap dress
It came before the huevo ... or did it?
It hangs around museums
It may be steel-cut
Jai ___
Jerry involved in a 2016 merger with Rupert Murdoch
Largest antelope
Laughlike syllables often said sarcastically
Letters on many Utah-bound luggage tags
Mad ___ wet hen
Makes through effort
Many an employee of the Big 4
Mishmash abbreviation
More contrived
___ New York minute
Old MacDonald refrain
Ophthalmological woe
Pair plus one
Part of a gym set for short
Part of a Mayberry address
Polaris Sportsman and Yamaha Grizzly (abbr.)
Popular Starbucks flavor
Purple minus blue
Quaint society column word
Rendezvous of a sort (abbr.)
Restaurant chain owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida
"See ya later alligator!"
Shade providers on the Wilkes plantation in "Gone with the Wind"
Srta. across the Pyrenees
Stand against
Stitched up
Strawberry Fields's co-dedicator
Sugar-and-pecan confection
"The ___ of Pooh" (Eastern philosophy bestseller)
"The World of ___ Wong" (1960 Nancy Kwan movie)
Toothpaste type
Traffic cone
Valuable violin familiarly
Vocal range that means "high"