[Meh] crossword clue

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S H R U G

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La Times Clues April 28, 2018

2016 Disney musical set in Polynesia
Aspen relative
Athlete's best
Belarus neighbor
Best of the best
Biathlon asset
"__ boy!"
Bruce posthumously pardoned by New York state in 2003
Buffalo sighting
Cause to laugh
Ceramics oven
Cloud at heights of about one to five miles
Clumsy sort
Collector's prized pursuits
Comfy footwear
Connection letters
Construction equipment with a projecting arm
Cuts in Hollywood?
Diamond fig.
Difficult to describe
Dr. Isles on "Rizzoli & Isles"
Easy way to win
Echo follower?
__-faced
Fast-spreading online phenomena
Game with Skip cards
Goes back to zero
Has a suggestion (of)
Haus wives
Herd member
"Holy cow!"
"If I may interject ... "
Informant, informally
It may be open at a club
Jar
K.C. summer setting
Large med. facilities
Longtime Elton John label
Main
[Meh]
Monopoly foursome: Abbr.
Nervous system transmitter
"No reason"
Notre-Dame honoree: Abbr.
One in a family photo
ORD tower gp.
Over
Pack filler
Paris' __ des Beaux-Arts
Permit to leave
Physician-turned-actor Jeong
Play period
Post-scoring routine
Raymond Chandler specialty
Reaction upon opening a jewelry gift, perhaps
Record holder
Rubs out
Site to get tight for a flight?
Slew
Stop order
Subject of an Asimov collection
Teensy amounts
Till coin
Tony winner for his LBJ role in "All the Way"
Two hairpin turns, say
Up from Mexico?
Waits at a music festival?
"Wide Open Spaces" country trio
Worship of John, Paul, etc.?
"You've Got Mail" genre