December 2nd 2018, USA Today

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25-Across division, perhaps
Ancient Cuzco dweller
Andy's TV and radio partner
Anxious feeling, informally
Baptism or bris
Beantown air hub
Blade part
Book jacket bit
"Boola Boola" singer
"Boss" twitted by Nast
Cakes partner, in a Maugham title
Cantata solos
Capital on the Hudson
Cause of a fall
Cereal "for kids"
Class clown's bit
Classic clown
Code-cracker Turing
Coif creator
Common or proper word
Conks on the noggin
Connects with, as a punch
Crystal ball gazer
Dandelion, to gardeners
Danish pastry filling, often
Dead ducks
Execute perfectly
Fill to the gills
Garden mollusk
Gasteyer of "People of Earth"
Giant of the Old Testament
Good quality for an ambassador
Good sources of vitamin C
Granola morsel
Grateful words to a favor granter
He called Larry "Porcupine"
"I'm flexible"
Issue a summons to
Joseph's many-colored garment
"Later, old chap!"
Like a gymnast
Like hot merchandise
Like many a Scandinavian's hair
Like New Mexico's climate, largely
Muscle where most leg cramps occur
Not as loony
"Not for me"
Off-Broadway musical that featured total nudity
Off-weeks for NFL teams
One high on the org chart
Parka part
Place to lie low
Place to play stickball
Poolside shelters
Pothook shape
Prevent from whelping
Public to-do
Pull the plug on
Queen ___ furniture
Reaction to a bad pun
Rousing applause, informally
San Quentin residents
Send sky-high
Shakespeare appellation, with "the"
Shakespeare's "___ Andronicus"
"Six-pack" muscles
Soda brand favored by Radar
Soda purchase
Some tax-deferred investments, for short
Stiller's mate
Sugar amt.
Tongues and tails do itend
Tubular pasta
Used a tuffet
Warning sign of a migraine
Watches, as a baby
Wisconsin city on the Chippewa
"Young Frankenstein" hunchback