February 11th 2017, Usa Today

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10-point Arial bold, say
1950s presidential campaign slogan
Admit to the priesthood
Answers, on "Jeopardy!"
Attack from all sides
Baggage-screening org.
Banshees' laments
Becomes inedible, maybe
Blow the socks off
"Buy It Now" site
Cabalists' plans
Carried in a sack
City bond, for short
Cocoon occupant
Consequence of oily skin
Descartes' "therefore"
Displaying intense anger, maybe
Email folder heading
Emoticon arc, for short
Express verbally
Family nickname
Figure in a sum
Filmdom's "Italian Stallion"
Flirting, in a way
"For gosh ___!"
From square one
Gets slippery, as a road
"Git ___" (words to a 22-Across)
"Harry Potter" reporter Skeeter
Homer's toon neighbor
Hoover's agents, for short
Iditarod team members
In a poor manner
Left the sack
Legendary cowboy ___ Bill
Like a doily
Like good scotch or cheddar
Lobster eaters' wear
"Lords a-leaping" count
Many millennia
Mental misstep
Mideast's ___ Strip
MLB or NFL team
Name in lightweight metals
Nickname for 47-Down's portrayer
Noble's estate
Number of W's in this diagram
One of rock's Van Halens
Part of a Scroogian outburst
Participates in the rioting
Patrolling a neighborhood, say
Physiques, informally
Picture on a PDA
Porcine tusker
Pres. Davis' side
Printer's blue hue
Puck or checker
Reindeer's relative
Sauce made with pine nuts
School attended by Prince Harry
Sing like a sparrow
Stray on the range
Strunk and White subject
"Superfood" berry
Surfboard nicks
Target of John Dillinger
The FBI may have one on you
Tuxedo shirt accoutrement
Twist the arm of
Typeface similar to Helvetica
Vivian who played Ethel Mertz
Wasn't in the lineup
"Where did ___ wrong?"
Wiretapper's plant
Word on a picketer's sign
Words that may be irregular
". . . your point is?"