February 23rd 2017, Washington Post

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Awards some stars to
Bauhaus artist Paul
Bus. card info
Capable person
Champs-___ (Paris tourist attraction)
Chinese philosophical concept
City west of Stillwater Oklahoma
"Close enough I guess"
Denizen of many a petting zoo
Dictator Amin
Director often seen at Knicks games
Elf of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy
Evenings in adspeak
Feminine side to Jung
First half of LIFO per accountants
Football lineman
Forever and a day
Georgia of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
Get rid of contaminants in
Goes gooey
Gone from black-and-white to color perhaps
Got smart
Had a bite
High-level cover-up?
"How could you stab me in the back like that?"
I on the periodic table
"I'm good to go"
Ineffective look of anger?
Kitchen implement that's flying off the shelves?
Like some powerful rockets and missiles
Line dance of old
Listing on a British noble's sked?
Majors' place
Member of a fam.
Memo intro
Mr. Potato Head accessory
Nash of humorous rhymes
Negative conjunction
One of the HOMES lakes
One prone to kvetching
Org. employing codebreakers
___ out a living (barely manages)
Passenger conveyance
Place for imagination so to speak
Place of paradise
Plenty full
Procreate biblically
Reddish-orange grazing place?
Rhyme for "Roboto" in "Mr. Roboto"
Scottish turndown
Some police operations
Some rectangular symbols on scores
Some revolutionaries
Some tofu sources
Sounds from spas
Starbucks option
Stealthy mercenary
Step on a ladder
Strad's relative
Streak in the night
Teen drama set in Newport Beach
"That is so cool!"
"The ___" (financial barometer)
"The Sonnets to Orpheus" poet
Took a quick glance
Trick ___ (unpredictable joint)
Try to influence in a way
What bouncers are hired to take care of?