October 4th 2016, Usa Today

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58-Across partitions
"A Death in the Family" author
"___ a real nowhere man . . ."
Abalone-eating mammals
Airline grounded on the Sabbath
Altitudes (Abbr.)
Beatty of "Deliverance"
Become tiresome
Big galoot
Bowie collaborator Brian
Brad of "The Big Short"
Burr's TV attorney
California/Nevada lake
Classic comics prince, for short
Comes down cold and hard
Corrida cry
Crab or frog morsels
Crafts' mate
Darken a room, maybe
Doll's cry
Dressmaker's dummy, anatomically
Elena of the Supreme Court
End of a Garbo line
Eye wolfishly
"___ fan tutte" (Mozart opera)
Fireplace fleck
Florida Keys, e.g.
From 1/1 to now
Get licked
Go or Go Fish
Harvests horse food
High schooler, most likely
Holiday fireplace item
Hopping mad
Immigrant's course (Abbr.)
Iranian ruler of old
Katniss Everdeen's weaponend
Like a young lass
Like many Russians
List ender
Magician's fanfare word
Maze solver's discovery
Mine like a forty-niner
More biting, as winter air
Morrison who wrote "Beloved"
Neatnik's opposite
Off-white shade
One per customer, say
Online CD source
Pan Am competitor of old
Part of HRH
Partner of singing cowboy Rogers
Peace Nobelist Wiesel
Places for mani-pedis
Prepare to advance on a flyout
Present with a plaque, say
Priest at a mission
Rules, for short
Sale tag caution
SeaWorld orca, for now
Self-serving act
Set as a goal
Sign for an April 1 birth
Smoked or jellied fish
Something to hum or whistle
Sport whose jargon includes the first words of 17-, 23- and 48-Across
Storm warning
Sunburn reliever
Thumb-in-the-air call
Toiling away
"Tsk, tsk!"
Ultimatum ender
Uncool sort
Vacationer's lodging, perhaps
Video gamer's goal
What a groundbreaking case may do
"What did I tell you?"
Wildfire sound