September 1st 2016, Washington Post

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___ all (email option sometimes causing office problems)
"Always On My Mind" crooner
American Humane Association's version of an annual film award show
Assortment of tiny green toys
At maximum power
Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D minor" is often played on it
Bay Area grad school
Bear up in the sky
Berliner's "D'oh!"
Bring together
"By George I think I've got it!"
Cable channel choice in listings
"Chicago" showgirl Hart
Committee head
Court VIPs
Crack shot's asset
Dances at bar mitzvahs
"Deadliest Catch" catch
Do a good turn?
Early toolmaking time
Electrician's tool
Elroy's dog in cartoons
Feature by Animal of "The Muppets" e.g.
Flashy display
Forbes rival
Formerly with a national security org.
Gives the once-over
Go above and beyond
Grand ___ (wine classification)
Harped (on)
It might prop up a Titleist
It's charged upon leaving some international airports
It's hot!
Just beat
Kristen of "Bridesmaids"
Lapel attachment for an interview
Let in
Mafia VIPs
March honoree informally
Mo. with "Go for Broke Day"
Moviegoers' candy option
Narrowly avoid a bogey
Not of the clergy
Not tough
One behind the scenes at a gala perhaps
One sharing the lead
Ore-___ (brand found in freezers)
Org. concerned with strays
Org. concerned with toxin levels
Pauses in speech
Plot element?
Premier League soccer team briefly
Redding who sang "The Dock of the Bay"
Salt Lake City collegian
Samberg of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"
Schoolyard rebuttal
She married her brother Osiris
Siberian city where Dostoyevsky was imprisoned
Signal often made in Morse code
Silent ___ (President Coolidge's nickname)
Smooch in slang
Snoopy in his World War I fantasies e.g.
"That's bunk!"
Took first place e.g.
"What do we have here?"
Word on a finger-pointing poster of old
Yoga cushion