September 14th 2017, Usa Today

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Act that may warm up the crowd
Actors' interaction
Add nutrients to
Alice's trip to Wonderland was one
Allocate, with "out"
Alt-country and emo, for two
Any pro draft selection
Atom short an electron, say
Auditing org.
Blitzing linebacker's success
Clairvoyant's trait, for short
Fabric purchase unit
Fidel's successor in Cuba
Fleet of 12-Downs
Floral subject for van Gogh
Force from office
Frigate or cruiser
Garfield's dimwitted pal
Gem of a Hawaiian volcano?
Gem of a land?
Gem of a restaurant chain?
Gem of a singer?
Go from first to third grade, say
Harrison who played Indiana Jones
"Heavens!" to a texter
High-speed WWW connection
Horses with flecked coats
It may have a .doc extension
Jack who avoided fat
"Just a ___!"
Letters before a pen name
Light-sensitive part of the eye
List-shortening Lat. phrase
Living, breathing creatures
Makes less thorny
Mike & ___ (candy brand)
Morally degenerate
Mulls over, with "on"
Multicolored cereal
Nike competitor
Nintendo exercise game
Not of the clergy
Number equal to its square
___ nutshell
One flavor in Sprite
Outpouring of criticism
Pester to no end
Poet Khayyam
Prepared to make a sandcastle, e.g.
Provides roadside service to
Qatari leader
Quaker pronoun
Relax with a cocktail, say
Revises, as a will
Scottish monster, affectionately
"See ya"
Serpent on a pharaoh's headdress
Servant with many tasks
Shade similar to beige
Sierra Nevada lake
Sign of sleepiness
Sure thing in an election
Teeny-tiny
To and ___
To boot
Toffee bar from Hershey
Tons and tons
Trees that symbolize might
Twisty pasta
USPS delivery from Netflix
Video chat device
Vocal cords locale
Water- or wind-powered engine
Waterston of "Law & Order"
Words from a stadium beer vendor
"-zoic" time periods