December 7th 2017, Usa Today

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Average physique
Avian harbinger of spring
Baby-sit
Banquet bestowal, perhaps
Basement's use, often
Bassinet or berth
Battery-powered smoke shop items
Be in arrears
Benghazi's land
Bespectacled Disney dwarf
"Celeste Aida," e.g.
Chevy's destination, in "American Pie"
Cold-weather drink
Conical abode
___ cum laude
Cut, as coupons
Deck post topper
___ Dei ("The Da Vinci Code" group)
___ Diamond Phillips of "La Bamba"
Elvis' signature expression
Fairness-in-hiring agcy.
Farmer's tanned area, typically
Feature of most overalls
First-term congressman
___ fixation (stage of infancy)
Gift in a goody bag
"Go Set a Watchman" novelist Harper
Googol, e.g.
Group of like-minded voters
"Hello, Dolly!" Tony winner Bette
Horse with a mottled coat
Hotshot pilot or pitcher
In need of sanding or salting
In pieces
Inflate, as a bill
Isn't fictional
Jared of "Dallas Buyers Club"
Kellogg's toaster waffle
Kutcher who played Steve Jobs
Lenders' takebacks, for short
Lew Wallace's "Ben-___"
Lopsided win
Many DeMille productions
Many Formula One racers
Monopoly token
Ms. Durbeyfield of fiction
"My goodness!"
Name in escalators and moving walkways
Nanakuli neckwear
Navigator's notes
Nickels and dimes
Nix as a possibility
Org. in "Snowden"
Peak condition
Pinball penalties
Planet, to a poet
Popular brew, for short
Rancher's mark
Run in the wash
Salesperson's prospects
Salon jobs, for short
Seafood cocktail morsel
Serpent in "Antony and Cleopatra"
Shoestring neckties
Spew forth
Spilled salt, to some
Stash some cash
Still to come
Stooge who lampooned Adolf
Tattle on, with "out"
Tensor or Tiffany
Tijuana's locale, for short
Totally louse up
Veg out
Viewpoint in an op-ed
Water balloons, to pranksters
"We Try Harder" sloganeer, once
Word after get or jet