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Across
1
Go over: SPAN
5
Like the eventual inheritors of the earth, in Matthew: MEEK
9
Mark of divinity: HALO
13
A G.I. may be seen in it: CAMO
14
Actress Fisher of "Wedding Crashers": ISLA
15
Brain connection: AXON
16
Like fans who hold season tickets, typically: AVID
17
Genre for Agatha Christie or Arthur Conan Doyle: MURDERMYSTERY
19
Rapper ___ Nas X: LIL
20
Kissing on the subway, e.g., for short: PDA
21
Like some relationships: SAMESEX
22
JUNE: PRIDEMONTH
25
Baby fox: KIT
26
Bit of Western neckwear: BOLOTIE
28
Items on a checklist: TODOS
32
One of two sultanates in the United Nations: BRUNEI
34
N.B.A. legend nicknamed "Black Mamba": KOBE
36
Egg cells: OVA
37
U-shaped bike accessory: LOCK
38
Last word in an improv show: SCENE
40
A rainbow is said to be a good one: OMEN
41
Beseech: ASK
42
Word with high or seven: SEAS
43
Reach for the stars: ASPIRE
45
No-frills: BASIC
47
Things might get swept up in it: DUSTPAN
49
___ jeans: MOM
51
Early 19th-century Australia, for one: PENALCOLONY
54
Water tower?: TUGBOAT
58
Funny one: WIT
59
"Funny one!": HAH
60
Intellectual conformity ... or a hint to interpreting 17-, 22- and 51-Across: GROUPTHINK
62
Some frills: LACE
63
Lay off: IDLE
64
Net emissions target: ZERO
65
Lively, in music: Abbr.: ANIM
66
"Wabbit" hunter Elmer: FUDD
67
One of two sultanates in the United Nations: OMAN
68
Right-hand page numbers, typically: ODDS
Down
1
Garden item frequently added to cream cheese: SCALLION
2
World's fair sight: PAVILION
3
Great thing to feel like: AMILLIONBUCKS
4
Signal agreement: NOD
5
Little bit of power: MICROWATT
6
Funds might be held in this: ESCROW
7
Classic boulevard liners: ELMS
8
Boat going back and forth?: KAYAK
9
Would really rather not: HATETO
10
x, y and sometimes z: AXES
11
Romulus, Remus and the founding of Rome, e.g.: LORE
12
Jet-black gem: ONYX
17
Cheers, boos and such: CROWDNOISE
18
Strike down: SMITE
20
+ or - thing: POLE
23
Brother: MONK
24
Boosts, redundantly: HIKESUP
27
Time period, or an anagram of one?: EON
29
Cup holder, usually: DOMINANTHAND
30
"Back to you": OVER
31
Compos mentis: SANE
32
Spill the beans: BLAB
33
Detective Diaz on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine": ROSA
35
One reading Kerouac or Ginsberg, say: BEATNIK
39
Sleazeball: CAD
40
Birthstone after sapphire: OPAL
42
Inside info: SCOOP
44
Tiff: SPAT
46
Filled (with): IMBUED
48
Like scouting patches: SEWNON
50
___ ball: MATZO
52
Tums, for one: ANTACID
53
Country songs?: ANTHEMS
54
End-of-week exclamation: TGIF
55
Language of Pakistan's Daily Khabrain: URDU
56
Top prize: GOLD
57
"How do you like ___ apples?": THEM
61
Glass who shared the first-ever Pulitzer in Audio Journalism: IRA
62
Language in which most words are monosyllabic: LAO