February 3rd 2017, Washington Post

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Alternate universe for Superman (hit!)
"And ... voila!"
AP Bio subject
Archer whose third shot in this puzzle hit his target
Astronomical bursts
Beethoven's birthplace
Big family name in baseball
Brazil or cashew
Brow-wiping occasion (miss!)
Cheer squad cheer
College picnic?
Cry from some camo-wearing toons
"Darn it"
Davis who played the US President on TV
Decided in a random manner
Dickens title name
Do a smash and grab for example
Dominate in slang
Field day event for pairs (miss!)
First middle or last name of a "Catch-22" character
Flash ___ (sudden gathering)
Forty winks
"Ghostbusters" costar
Greek known for his paradoxes
High hit
Hotfoot it
Ingredient in some "meatless meats"
It might be raised in a bar
It's hot stuff
"It's not too late / To whip it / Whip it good" singers
Like an old pro
Maker of toy dump trucks
Many Geek Squad employees
Math's four color ___ theorem
Mel who voiced Yosemite Sam
Midriff protuberance
"Mind ... blown!"
"Mon ___!" (French exclamation)
Musician in some Fourth of July parades
NCAA basketball powerhouse
Negative conjunction
Noted Spanish muralist
One of a "Macbeth" trio
Palindromic exclamation
Patriots' org.
Periods of anticipation
Places that might transfer people to CCUs
Potpourri containers
___ Prize (award for a "bold wish to spark global change")
Purchase at an antique shop
Put in the crosshairs
"Rebel Yell" singer
Saunter (along)
"Silence is golden when you can't think of a good answer" speaker
Soapmaking solution
Some presidential appointees
Sound of lament
Spark of energy
Stat important to many websites
State with a panhandle
Super-G gear
Swears to
Take down a notch
Target for 69-Across
Tesla or watt
The old heave-ho
Title often gained at an altar
Veer off
Way out there
When a tense NBA situation might occur
Where the Met Gala is held for short
Writer Zora ___ Hurston
"You might just have a point ..."