January 4th 2018, USA Today

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2015 award for "Hamilton"
Abate, as rainfall
Abductee from Troy
Accepting customers
Access to a turnpike, perhaps
"An Inconvenient Truth" presenter
Anthem contraction
___ around (snoop)
Article with a bio, often
Bassoonist's buy
"Blondie" tyke
"By all means!"
Change, as a crossword diagram
Collector's ___ (rarity)
Conflict between fleets
Contribution to a potluck
Cpl., e.g.
"Dee-lish!"
Documents in safes
Drivetrain component
Fill to excess
Fish caught in pots
Fretted ancestor of the fiddle
Fruit served in balls
Gadget with playlists
Gazetteer datum
Goes out with
Have a thing for
Having the right stuff
HMO network members
How the Hindenburg went down
Idaho's largest city
(I'm bored)
Insolent sort
Is in the lineup
Karnak's river
Lake Okeechobee wader
Like a cold-sufferer's voice
Like a penny-pincher
Like a poor loser
Like the burner under a simmering dish
Luggage attachments
Make into law
Miller's product
Nips in the bud
Org. assisting Puerto Rico, post-Maria
Page with viewpoints
Part of a crate
Pencil sketch, perhaps
Place for a quick snooze
Poetry ___ (writers' competition)
Pulled the plug on
Rand who wrote "We the Living"
Rare results, in the NFL
Reason to reboot, perhaps
Reduced-price showroom item
Respected tribesmen
Rolled in the aisles, so to speak
Scrapbooker's need
Seeker of intel
"She Bop" singer Lauper
Shirts worn with jeans, often
Sister of Rachel, in the Bible
Speaks about at length
Spiritually enlighten
Stumbling blocks
Suffragist Julia Ward ___
Swabs, or swab users
The Columbus Foundation replica ship
The Riddler, to Batman
Threw into the mix
"Turn up the heat!"
Vidalia or Bermuda
What like magnetic poles do
Where King Arthur's knights gathered
Wordless assent
Working bovines
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