Like "funny money" crossword clue

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Usa Today Clues October 06, 2017

Barack's running mate
Bit of subterfuge
"Bow-wow" equivalent
Bring into play
Canine visitor to the Emerald City
Check endorser
Choose not to attend
Church area near the transept
Clan-vs.-clan fight
Collection of Ovid's love poems
Cook-off contestant
Cops with sniffer dogs, for short
Cylindrical Chinese appetizer
Decorated, at a patisserie
Deliveries from pulpits
Elicit a grin from
ESPN factoid
Facebook approvals
Faded to black
Fish in casseroles
Flowers in the iris family, briefly
Footnote abbr.
General's right-hand person
Germ for a patent
Glorifying verses
Gondolier's workplace
Gunpowder Plot planner of 1605
Had a few too many
Handling roughly
Hardly a whole bunch
Home to Disney's Ariel
Hotel hirees
Intestinal fortitude
Kanye West, for one
___ Kinte ("Roots" role)
Lacking, with "of"
Layer applied by brush
Like Benedictines or Trappists
Like "funny money"
"Marat/___" (Peter Weiss play)
"No Exit" playwright Jean-Paul
Not quite shut
Oscar ___ (Wienermobile company)
Particle in a smasher
Repair shop figure
Republican-leaning section of a map
Response to "Do you mind?"
Road construction sign
"Roll Tide" school, informally
Scout's good work
Scrapbooker's need
Server of Duff Beer to Homer
Shake out of slumber
Show that spawned the Blues Brothers, informally
Showing little energy
Singer awarded an MBE by Queen Elizabeth
Slimy garden pest
Solemn "yes"
Sound of jackhammers, e.g.
Speaker overlooking St. Peter's Square
Starchy fare, informally
Start-up capital
State emphatically
___ Steaks (mail-order meat company)
Suit up in
Support a telethon
Tarzan's adoptive mother, e.g.
Texter's "Unbelievable!"
"That works for me"
"The Wire" stick-up man ___ Little
They're tracked by Doppler radar
To boot
Trash bag closers
"Truth in Engineering" automaker
Vacuum tube type
Whacker victim
Wine holder sans handles or stopper
Word that can precede the first parts of 17-, 36- and 57-Across, and 11- and 32-Down