"___ Girls" (Gene Kelly movie) crossword clue

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Usa Today Clues November 04, 2017

2016 Summer Games site, for short
A cappella group member
Absorbed, as a loss
Airport rental
Anti-apartheid author Paton
Bacterium in some food recalls
"Beowulf" and "Roots"
Building block of physics
Built from the ground up
Cal with the MLB consecutive-game record
Cartoon squeal
Cheese partner, in an economical dish
Chemical used in soap making
Did the Ironman, say
Do salon work
Dracula's nonhuman form
Explosive stuff
Fateful March date
Foldaway hotel amenity
French fry, to a Brit
Freshmen are a part of it
Gadget in a batting cage
Game named for an explorer
Gave the boot to
"___ Girls" (Gene Kelly movie)
"Goosebumps" author R.L.
Gulf where Somali pirates prowl
Harry Potter's Hedwig, for one
Hit a homer, slangily
___ II (Jobs-Wozniak creation)
In an offbeat way
Incapacitated temporarily, in a way
Islamic equivalent of kosher
"___ it stand" ("stet," literally)
Japanese prime minister Shinzo
___-jazz (Coltrane genre)
"Just missed!"
Like a rout, in sports
Like congressional election years
Like Jarlsberg cheese
Like shower walls, often
Like triples, vis-a-vis homers
Littleneck or cherrystone
Manicurist's abrasive
___ Minella (Muppet monkey)
"___ nuts?"
"___ old cowhand . . ."
Palatial homes
Parking garage divisions
Part of the pelvis
Pop up
Proselytizer's pamphlet
Pterodactyl that terrorized Tokyo
Quinn of "Elementary"
Ready to blow one's top
Revered celebrity
River of Arles
Rocker Benatar
Rosten of Yiddish lexicography
Runaway lovers
Short time, informally
Sicken with excessive sweetness
Sore loser's antithesis
Start of a toast
Stirred up, as trouble
Sturm ___ Drang
The whole shootin' match
"The X-Files" subject
Took the gold
Towed-away cars, perhaps
Trims, as costs
Unabridged dictionaries, e.g.
Virtually treeless grasslands
Warm and cozy
When to eat oysters, it's said
"Without further ___ . . ."
Wounded at Pamplona