January 25th 2017, New York Times

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Abode that's abuzz
"According to the grapevine ..."
"@#$!" from Colonel Sherman Potter
"@#$!" from Deputy Dawg
"@#$!" from Frank on "Everybody Loves Raymond"
"@#$!" from Mork
"@#$!" from SpongeBob SquarePants
Auto pioneer Karl
Available for rental, in Britain
Baseball's Griffey
Bird with a potent kick
Bit of birdbath gunk
"Blondie" or "Dilbert"
Blue-gray shade
Books with large pages
Breaks off
Burglar's take
Business bigwig
"Cheerio" sayer
Chevy plug-in car
Christina who played Lizzie Borden
Cinco de Mayo beer
Competitor of Ivory and Coast
Dark film genre, informally
Diamonds, in plane geometry
___ fixation (Freud topic)
Flavoring in Kool cigarettes
Former Little League star Mo'ne Davis, e.g.
Frozen drink brand
Gear parts
Giraffe's cousin
Golfer Norman a.k.a. the Great White Shark
Hair holder
Hand down, as a family business
Hid from the cops, say
How prime rib may be served
Hume of "Cocoon"
Kind of dye with vivid colors
Like dull-as-dishwater writing
Like Marx Brothers comedies
Long-winded sorts
Making, as a wicker chair
Manning of the gridiron
Milo of "The Verdict"
Montana city that consolidated with Silver Bow County
Most-downloaded app of 2016
MTV's "___ Flux"
Much-maligned food
One of the Bushes
Out of whack
Pen tip
Place for quick cash, for short
Polish's partner
Possessive pronoun in the Lord's Prayer
Prefix with freak or friendly
QVC competitor
Reggae forerunner
River that turned to blood in Exodus
Robocall from the I.R.S., e.g.
Schuss, say
S.L.R. settings
Snowsuit attachment
Some portable room warmers
Spelling or Amos
Start of a one-two punch
Stitched together
Sweet-curd cheese
Takes down a notch
"The Voice" airer
Took a load off
Tree that sheds its bark
Uriah Heep's profession
Words from the witness stand
WWW bookmark