GI on the run crossword clue

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La Times Clues November 07, 2017

Accustom (to)
Analyze grammatically
Bad habits
Before, in verse
Bibliography list shortener: Abbr.
Bill Nye's field
Buffet table coffee server
Can't stop loving
Chose (to)
Come to light
Community org. known by its first letter
Curly salon job
Denali National Park state
Double-reed woodwinds
Driver's license test
Eco-friendly request ... and a hint to sorting out the aptly circled letters
Eisenhower's nickname
Enterprise captain born 3/22/2233
Evidence of ownership
Fails to include
Fall in folds
Fam. tree member
Finger or toe part
Florence's region
Fluffy dessert
GI on the run
Give off
Hip '60s Brits
Idle of Monty Python
Ill-mannered sort
In a funk
Induction cooktop alternative
"Kevin Can Wait" network
Key with one sharp: Abbr.
"La Cage __ Folles"
Lawn border
"Liberal" pursuits
Light brown
Like dorms for both men and women
Low card
Made fun of
Michigan or Mead
Military sch.
More cold and wet, weatherwise
Neeson of "Kinsey"
NFL player selection events
__ of Good Feelings
Offensive to some, for short
One-named "We R Who We R" singer
"Pagliacci" clown
Patty Hearst's abductors: Abbr.
Post-OR area
Practice for the GMAT, e.g.
Price-fixing syndicate
Puts on TV
Reduce monetarily
River mammal
Serb or Croat
Struggled to make, with "out"
Swimmer's path
Taxi trip
Three-pronged Greek letters
Three Stooges movie, e.g.
Treaty of __: War of 1812 ender
Update from a pilot, for short
Vonnegut literary device
Wedding vow words
"What did you say?"
Winter holidays