January 3rd 2019, USA Today

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Air Force Academy mascot
Amazon's direction of flow
Any of the Simpsons
Apple Store purchases
Banderas who voiced Puss in Boots
Bath's river
"Beetle Bailey" bulldog
Ben of "Roots"
Best Comeback Athlete award
Bratislava native
Brit's last letter
Bugged big-time
Burlesque show wraps
Buy, sell and trade
Carolers' tune
Chekhov's "___ Vanya"
Choke under pressure
Clear as mud
Defeated a la Bobby Fischer
Did KP work
Disney's Nala, e.g.
"Electric Avenue" singer Grant
Extreme, as opposites
Fashion consultant Tim
Fisher-Price offerings
Follow to the letter
French city known for its cuisine
Fur trader's offering
G-man or T-man
Get snippy with
Gingerbread house visitor
Glossy finishes
Graceful in manner
Grand ___ (range near Jackson Hole)
"Great" detective of kid-lit
"Hallelujah" songwriter Leonard
Hither's companion
Holster or flask spotend
Homer Simpson's go-to tavern
Housemate, informally
Huck, to Tom
Israel, biblically
Jared of "Dallas Buyers Club"
Limerick's land, in poetry
Listed first on, as a leaderboard
Lively fiddle tune
Lovers' scrap
Lucy's sitcom pal
Make reparations
Marbles, so to speak
___ Morgue (Poe locale)
Nectar collector
Neither up nor down
Paisley with three Grammys
Places for contacts
Ready for business
Record over, perhaps
Remove more moisture from
River that drains Lake Victoria
Rookie socialite, for short
Rub the wrong way
Save for later viewing
School with King's Scholars
Seeger of folk
Sine or cosine, e.g.
Skate park maneuver
Soak up rays
Speed limit on some interstates
Suffix with land or moon
Tattered and torn
Toy soldier's makeup
Tub floater
Unwanted inbox filler
Was nuts about
Way out there
Wedding vow phrase
Welcome reply to "Are you hurt?"
Word after loose or split