Buddies crossword clue

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La Times Clues July 31, 2017

Actress Zellweger
Advertising handout
Ambulance initials
Andes beast of burden
Asked earnestly (for)
At a former time
Backyard beef on the bone, briefly
Barely enough
Barely managed, with "out"
Bernadette of "Into the Woods"
Blame for the crime
Broth-spoiling excess?
Brown-toned photo
Bulletin board sticker
Capital One's "What's in your wallet?," e.g.
Cause of wood splinters in the infield ... and what each set of puzzle circles represents
Classical guitarist Andrés
Clothing price sites
College dorm VIPs
Crowd silence
Doctor's order
Doone of Exmoor
Eduardo's eight
Et __: and others
Eye surgery acronym
Flashy display
For us
Fox foot
Garden plantings
Great Wall continent
Healthful cereal
Hollywood VIP
Honolulu's island
Hot tub
In-the-wall security devices
Israeli statesman Abba
Japanese mushroom
Kernel holder
Lees on your legs
Letter-shaped beam
Lima or fava
Linguine or tortellini
Milk buys: Abbr.
No-sweat grade
__ of coffee
One in a casino row
Outdoor party area
Peace Nobelist Walesa
Pointy-hatted garden decoration
Poland's capital
Popular pool game
Pres. Carter's alma mater
Project details, for short
Punching tool
Runs, hits and errors
Scannable mdse. bars
Short and not so sweet
Singer Rimes
Sneaks out after being grounded, say
Sophs, two yrs. later
Spinach-eating sailor
Suffix with kitchen
Surprise winner of fable
Texter's "If you ask me"
Theme park transport
Tibetan beast of burden
Took badly?
Without, in France