January 21st 2017, News Day

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Adjective in optical navigation
American Legion __ (vet cyclists' group)
Animal cam view, often
Army rescue team
Basketball was invented in one
Beast associated with Palm Sunday
Behold, of old
Camera's diaphragm
Certain sales course
Class Notes subject
Cloud-atlas entries
Cuisine favoring chilies
Curry-house stack
Data provider for the Uber driver app
Database operations
Depiction on an Emmy
Determine in favor of
''Doggone it!''
Down-to-earth sound
Even once
Hail Mary source
Hogwarts Divination class topic
Interfaith forum speaker, perhaps
Josiah Wedgwood contemporary
Kid's bedtime complaint
__ Lit (English class)
Many florists' orchids
Many motels, ostensibly
Metaphors for uncertainties
Model project for science class
Much of pulp fiction
Ocarina material
Oddjob's weapon
Offers minimal help
Opposite of ''Shoot away''
Org. cofounded by Babe Zaharias
Pac-Man maze marker
__ paper
Part of 47 Down blueprints
PETA's 2014 ''Best Vegan-Friendly Chain''
''Planted'' player
Poet with a 1909 Harvard BA
Preceder of rate and time
Rarely used backup
Render ineffectual
__ rock (Springsteen, Santana, etc.)
Royal Albert Hall topper
Saw what there was to see
Scheduler, e.g
Seat sharer with Berlin
Section of goarmy.com
Set forth
Smart __ (targeted-therapy component)
So, to Malraux
Sociology subdivisions
Softest known mineral
Sotomayor, in the '80s
Standard units for ship-hull depth
Strive for currency acquisition
Symbol in a Tolkien alphabet
Target for driverless cars
Temp's field
Thanksgiving cookie shapes
''The same old __ that I knew'' (Billy Joel lyric)
They're on many concert T-shirt backs
Trackless trains
Web extension
What surrounds Canada's southernmost land
Word from the Latin for ''little grandfather''