January 9th 2017, Usa Today

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1994 Peace Nobelist Yitzhak
A huge fan of
A pop
Actor whose final film was "Gladiator"
". . . and I approve ___ message"
Anne Bronte's pen name
Apple's apple and Target's target
Auditioner's goal
Barreled along
Beefy gridder
"Both Sides Now" singer Mitchell
Cabinet drawer part
Cartoondom's Tom or Sylvester
"Chariots of Fire" highlight
Cherub's ring
Chore list heading
Clear sky's color
Columbus Day birth sign
Cruel dudes
Cry to the cavalry
Debater's comeback
Discount word
Enjoy immensely
Etching fluid
Filleted flatfish
Follower of the Pied Piper
From the top
Gangbuster Eliot
Gladden to the max
Goya's "The Duchess of ___"
Greek salad cheese
Grey of Western fiction
Hailer's holler
Hallucinogen-yielding cactus
Heckler's remark
In better health
Instrument with parts that share the last names of 17-Across, 10-Down and 27-Down
Invention's inception
Jack's portrayer on "30 Rock"
Low-cost noodle dish
Maple output
Mekong River land
Mickey's pooch
Midshipman's grid foe
Monopoly token retired in 2013
Muesli morsel
Nary a soul
NBC skit show
Nearly fat-free
Needing reinflation
Planted, as seeds
Potato pancake
Prom suits, briefly
Puts up
Reveal, as one's feelings
Screen-to-screen messages
Soda-flavoring nut
Spacious bag
"Star Wars" energy field
Starting from
Sticky-tongued amphibians
Subject of a June 2016 U.K. referendum
Talk via keyboard
"The Butler" director Daniels
Three Stooges sound effect
"Tiny Alice" playwright Edward
Townshend of the Who
Treats on some hotel pillows
Try for a Hail Mary pass
Ukraine's capital
Usher's duet partner on "My Boo"
Valuable holding
Wall-climbing lizards
"What ___ can I say?"
Where you live
Without peer
"World of Warcraft" item
"Yikes!" of yore