February 3rd 2018, USA Today

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"Any minute now"
"Arrivederci" city
Beach house locale
Betsy Wetsy was one
Biblical preposition
Bird bearing an olive branch
Caliper attachment on a 12-Down
Carbolic or acetic
Carp at continually
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis song)
Charles Ponzi, notably
Cookbook phrase
Cow on Borden packages
Crossed a creek, perhaps
Cruised through
Dawn's opposite
Defined as a goal
Demonic doings
Disreputable newspaper
Dwarf planet roughly the size of Pluto
Email button
Event with barrel racing
Followed the footprints of
Forbidden fruit locale
Garden hose annoyance
Garlicky French sauce
Gas pump figure
Gnat or rat
Guinness of "Star Wars"
Guitar neck attachment
Gyro holders
Hirsch who played Clyde Barrow
Holder of the Obama Cabinet
Home to much of the 53-Across
Iron-rich green vegetable
Job for a body shop
Kazan who directed Brando
"Kicked down the road" item
Lake Titicaca's range
Largest of rays
Ligament injury
Like chocolate, to dogs
Marked, as a jar
Mars or Milky Way
Milker's perch
Much the same
Musical based on "La Boheme"
Nash's "one-l" priest
Novelist Anais
One of 18
Pageant entrant's asset
Part of a Santa suit
Party time, on many campuses
PC key with an arrow
Pilsner and bock are forms of it
Pioneering deejay Freed
Plains of Russia
Pre-K attendees
Prefix in music genres
Privy to
Publisher of Vogue and Allure
Puck shape
Purpose of a vacation, often
Queen of ___ (visitor to Solomon)
Sales representative's file
Schwinn or Huffy, for short
Shankar's instrument
Some linemen
Speak with a forked tongue
Spikes, as punch
Stopper at all stations
Tea-leaves reader
Took a Breathalyzer test
Walk like a sot
Walk offstage
Warning call on a 10-Down
Without accomplices
Word before eagle or tender