March 20th 2017, Usa Today

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7-10 split component
"___ a real nowhere man . . ."
Accumulation, as of interest
Action movie arm
All-vowels song refrain
Applied 3-in-One to
Architectural details, for short
Be in the hole
Beehive State native
". . . bells on ___ toes"
"Big Brother" host Julie
Bowler or boater
By and large
Cake baker's buy
Chore list heading
Colorado ski mecca
Comes down in buckets
Crystal ball gazer
D-Day beach
Dress shop section
"Duck Dynasty" wear, for short
First word in "Auld Lang Syne"
Fleck or Lugosi
Follower of "ye," often
Fur magnate on the Titanic
Glaswegian's negative
Grand ___ (wine phrase)
"Guitar Town" singer Steve
Hanging ___ (debris in 2000 election news)
Harley, to a biker
Hibachi residue
Influential D.C. lobby
Involving no one else
Islands memento
It may add a " " to a grade
Italicize, say
Kuala Lumpur native
Lacking in manners
Like a cloudless sky
Like Dogpatch or Mayberry
Lundgren of "Rocky IV"
Make mischief
Mark over some Portuguese vowels
Month for the Masters
Mower brand
New York Jets uniform color
Not multi-
Opal or onyx
Org. with Flyers and Jets
Owner of Easter Island
Pantry-raiding bug
Pecan or almond
Presidential middle name
Put into service
Read superficially
Result of overexertion, often
R&R part (Abbr.)
Safari park beast
Samsung or Nokia offering
Shakespeare's "___ Andronicus"
Simba's mate
Sneaky blow
Some centerfold posers
Sommelier's stock
Sound like a jackass
Sponge or sea anemone
Spy's gathering, informally
Squeals, so to speak
System of moral values
"That's baloney!"
The Beatles' "___ a Woman"
The University of the South, commonly
Thoroughly mastered
Tough task for a salesperson
Try again, in court
Way of thinking
Whirling water
Word that can follow the last parts of 17- and 52-Across and 11- and 25-Down