September 5th 2017, Usa Today

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"123456" is a weak one
1997 Jim Carrey movie
400-meter loop, perhaps
___ a one (none)
Admiral nicknamed "Bull"
Algerian city mentioned in "Casablanca"
Angelic instrument
Artistic theme
As a rule
Basketball box-score abbr.
Bible book after Jonah
Black gunk
Carangi who was played by Angelina Jolie
Chaka who sang with Rufus
Comedian Louis of early TV
___-Contra affair
Deceptive appearance
Enjoy a hot bath
Ford product with a "horse collar" grille
Freed or Turing
French textiles city
Friends of Tarzan
Frolicking mammals
Fur trade pioneer
Galley notation
Gives zero stars to
Greek alphabet ender
Ground level, usually
Hoi ___
I, on a frat house
Instrument played by Karen Carpenter
Israeli city near Mount Carmel
James with a posthumous Pulitzer
Japanese Expo city
JFK-to-TLV carrier
Left in the dust
Lyricist or composer
Marksman's sport
Missile trajectories
Most rappers don't use them
Motherless calf
Mpg rating group
Mugger subduer
Nasal spray brand
Natural gas, e.g.
New Mexico's state flower
"No way!"
"Now . . . ___ was I?"
Nursery-rhyme pocketful
Orderly arrangement
Oscar-winning Irene Cara song
Piccolo's cousin
Postponed one's bedtime
Pugilistic friend of Cosell
Pull down, so to speak
Rand who created John Galt
Reject as false
Reply to "Shall we?"
Sacred scroll
See 5-Down
Singer James or Jones
So last week
Soda bottle size
Some English nobles
Sourball flavor
"Street Scene" playwright Rice
"Survey says . . ." game show
Surveyor's calculation
Takes a breather
The lyrical Gershwin
Try to win over
Type of watch face, for short
Way over yonder
What a prospective buyer may tender
With 30-Across, seven-time Wimbledon winner
Word before a sale price
Word before Scratch or Nick
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