January 21st 2017, Universal

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Aladdin's benefactor
Any part of JFK?
Atmospheric pollution
"Be that as it may"
"Begin shooting!"
Beloved of Tristan
Bias or Deighton
Board info inside LAX
Botanical seed cover
Causes to accept gradually
Checkout machine inits., sometimes
Classroom no-show
Composer's work
Con carne dish
Concession stand beverage
Cooler heads prevail with it?
Cowboys are popular there
Crow or Navajo, e.g.
Defunct spy org.
Delicate, sparkly crown
Diacritical mark
Dual number?
Expense for those in chem class
Far from wealthy
Fierce sea monster
Filling a drink that's not empty
Fish more slippery than many
Force units
Frozen quarters
God, in Portuguese
Great house with lots of land
Hollywood actress Mimieux
Hummed in a dull manner
"I made a mistake," slangily
Indian bread (var.)
Kind of code or chart
Legendary actress Myrna and others
Legendary Yankee Yogi
Like the Mile High City, obviously
Long narrative poem
Main song, on old 45s
Man mentioned in Genesis
Marble variety
Miner's worry
Move to the music
Nowhere near here
Orioles and Cardinals org.
Out like a light for the night
Part of a savings plan
Perfect in all ways
Phrase before "king" or "carte"
Play a part
Prefix with "approve" or "respect"
Print type, briefly
Quimby of kid lit
School bake-sale org.
Schoolyard game
Seek to win one's affections
"Signing off"
Slangy machine gun
Small cap with a propeller
State of deep unconsciousness
States with conviction
Sweet wine
Texas city
The eyes have it, really
Thermal graphics machine
Thing's housemate
Triteness or staleness
Voice above a tenor
Warbling sound
What clothes that are too big or too small are
What the smaller portion is
Wild, dangerous and fierce
"Would ___ to you?" ("Believe me!")