1/6 oz. crossword clue

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Usa Today Clues May 24, 2018

1/6 oz.
"1984" novelist
$5 bills, slangily
Adams of photography
AFL merger partner
Agreement between psychiatrists?
Aides in ORs
Airbnb offering
All-in-one printer function
Audiophile's "vinyl"
"Aw, nuts!"
Basketball great Abdul-Jabbar
Bend at a barre
Big name in printers
Bit of body art, for shortend
___ card (cellphone part)
Carrier to Oslo
Cerise or cardinal
Colon's pair
Coloratura's highlight
Comedic religious pamphlet?
Copse unit
Cowherd's tool
Dash gauge, for short
Dell or HP offerings
Dickens' Edwin
Dines late
Doing road gigs, e.g.
Duplicate, briefly
E-tail icon
Final chapter
Freckles or red hair, e.g.
Galifianakis of "Due Date"
Gossip that's "dished"
Hall of Fame goalie Ken
"Here, try this"
Jambalaya, e.g.
Kind of sheepdog, familiarly
Langley org.
"Life of Pi" director Lee
Like Bunyan tales
Look forward to
Lose-a-ball flub
Louvre Pyramid architect
Mailroom machine
March Madness org.
Mystical deck
Not worldly wise
Numbered composition
Obama health initiative, initially
One's house, e.g.
Part of an A/C system in colonial India?
Pawn shop symbol's ball count
Place to rough it
Predator of walruses
Prefix meaning "earth"
Protozoan propellers
Punish with a whip
Rug salesman's savoir faire?
Seat at a service
Serf of Sparta
Signs into law
Sound from a masseur's client
Speed trap device
Stack-selling chain
Starbucks tea brand
Still-life vessel
Street kid
String starting with "#"
Suture unit
The devil's label, in a movie
Took to the skies
"West Side Story" song
Word after disco or steroid
Word before dive or Lake
Yearwood of country