January 10th 2019, USA Today

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Absorbed, as a cost
Act the shrew
"Almighty" character in a 2007 movie
Alter, in a way
"As a result . . ."
Attack on a race or religion, say
Baggage-checking org.
Basis for some grants
Basket made from "downtown," say
Be indisposed
Beachgoers' markings
Bell-ringing cosmetics company
Bob Marley, e.g., for short
Boot a grounder, e.g.
Buyer of scrap metal
Chevy hybrid
Chick of the future
Classic spokescow
Copier problem
Disheveled hair in the morning
Dr. Frankenstein's flunky
Dull way to learn
ER readout
Feature of Earth's axis
Form a coalition
Fragrant neckwear
"Fur Is Dead" org.
General at Appomattox
"Give it a whirl!"
Goliath, to David
Grand Canal locale
Halt in hostilities
Hoagie, by another name
Information booth visitor
Knocks on the noggin
"___ Las Vegas" (Presley movie)
Lightbulb, in comics
Like some martinisend
London chaps
"M*A*S*H" vehicle
Meeting before a snap
Monopoly turn
More than merely suggest
Moved like a kangaroo
Name tag word
New mortgage deals, informally
Not duped by
Not just smoldering
Oodles and oodles
Organs with drums
"P-U!" inducer
Performer who's heard but not seen
Piano's sustaining pedal
Plastic used in furniture manufacture
"Please don't go!"
President nicknamed "Silent Cal"
Price of manufacturing supplies, e.g.
Quadrant, e.g.
Quaked in one's boots
Repair, as a woven chair
Rodent in "A Mad Tea-Party"
Rotten to the core
San Francisco Bay weather phenomenon
Sandra of "Gidget"
Smart-alecky
"Steppenwolf" novelist Hermann
Sweet-talk
They may be bruised or inflated
Titillating, as gossip
Torch's misdeed
Tough to resolve
___ Tuesday (food special)
Unlikely tic-tac-toe win
Ventriloquist ___ Wences
Vigorous spirit
"___ we meet again"
Well-read
When the stars are out, in adspeak