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New York Times Clues July 18, 2017

"___ a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963 film)
Affirmative vote
"As an aside ...," in a text
Bathroom units
Braided Jewish bread
Cartoon character who explores with Boots
City NW of Genoa
Cleverness thought of too late to use
Colonial-era headgear
Cost of admission
Cost of membership
Country singer Keith
Department store founder R. H. ___
Dessert brand
Dessert chain
Dressing up as a fictional character with others
Entrance room where guests wait
Fill to the gills
Flexible contract provision
Floral necklaces
Foretell the future by using a crystal ball
Former inits. for Spike TV
Freeze frame?
Gets back together, as a class
Gives a false story
Good date movies
Had the helm
It can go for a buck
Jazz great Fitzgerald
Latin phrase used listlessly?
Lead-in to boy or girl
Leaves the union
___ Lingus
Malevolent look
___ Martin (Cognac maker)
Mount of Greek myth
Need for tug-of-war
Off-road ride, for short
Ordinary people
Overnight delivery?
Peace symbol
Peter who wrote "Serpico"
Place to find a pen and teller
Played, as a trumpet
Prefix with tourism
Rounded patch of color on an animal coat
Seating with hymnals
Small annoyances
___ Solo
Southpaw jabs
Stay faithful
Stereotypical response from a shrink
Takes stock?
"That's ___ to my ears"
The "A" of I.P.A.
The Who's "Tommy," e.g.
TV show that spawned an exhibit at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry
Wasteful government spending
Wondering "Should I? Should I not?"