September 1st 2017, Usa Today

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Accommodate an autograph hound
Adjust, as a car's front end
Airport carousel item
"Aloha Oe" strings, for short
"Angry Birds" aficionado, e.g.
Antelope sighted on safaris
Antique-shop purchase
Barroom melee
Brewery offerings
Bungee jumper's requirement
Button, on Frosty the Snowman
___ Clemente (Nixon retreat)
Connect, as riverbanks
Corrida cheer
Criticize harshly
Dead duck
Elevator music player's need?
Ernie of the PGA
Fashion magazine since 1945
Fish that's big enough
"Garfield" waitress
Gift-wrapping day, perhaps
Greenish-blue hue
Grins from ear to ear
Icky fare
"I'd like to see that!"
In excellent condition
Japanese subcompact since 2001
London Magazine essayist
Make a hasty exit
Male buddy
Merry tune
Miner's helmet attachment
More than just reduce
MP's quarry
Muppet on some baby blankets
"My Fair Lady" lyricist Alan Jay ___
Needed a bandage
One with top billing
Outdoes in competition
Patronize Dollar
Peephole's place
Penn's expressionless partner?
Persian Gulf monarchy
Pitchfork part
Place for a piercing
Place for a roast
"Pokemon" cartoon genre
Poker table, at times?
Polar bear's resting place
Posted in a web diary
Prom night ride
River through Pisa
Salt lick visitor
Sawyer's chronicler
Score perfectly on
"___ seriously, folks . . ."
Sheep's vocal output?
Show at a convention center
Sighed word
Slow period for a salesman
Social goofball
Solo in a libretto
St. ___ (Caribbean nation)
Status ___
Stone of "The Help"
Striker's fill-in
Supporters of the arts
Tended to, as a sprain
The Clinton years, say
The "Father of Geometry"
The Huskies of the NCAA
Tokyo, to the 2020 Olympics
Ultimatum ender
Unicycle shaft
"Werewolves of London" singer Warren
Where 64-Across and antelope play, in song