Excellent wages? crossword clue

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Wall Street Clues January 24, 2018

"ABC" and "SOS"
Amazing mammoth?
Atlanta-to-Tampa dir.
Awesome speller?
Bar specification
Bean-shaped organ
Bill of science shows
Bit of work
Branding tools
Campground sights
Can feature
Cheese-covered chip
Civil rights org. since 1909
Common street pattern
Constitution opener?
Dancers Montez and Falana
Disciplined exercise routine
Drags with a chain
Dresser's kin
Ernie of the links
Excellent wages?
Famed multivolume ref. wk.
Fellini's farewell
Follow a pattern, perhaps
Gallic girlfriend
Gillette brand introduced in 1977
Great enthusiast?
Greek peak
Groups of eggs
"Holy cow!" online
Hotel offerings
Inventor Howe
Kate's TV partner
Like in nature
Mammoth hunt weapon
Michael of "SNL"
Middle voice
Mileage meter, for short
Mo. neighbor
Monogram component
Most of Algeria
Nostalgic soda brand
One bound to work hard?
Pac-12 team
Pale purple
Pro wrestling venue
Quiet assent
Quite pale
Refined quality
Requests one's presence at
Role for George Takei and John Cho
Running off at the mouth
Runs to
Saint, in Portuguese place names
SASE, e.g.
Scout's daily obligation
Silly Putty producer
Smartphone forerunners
Stat, in the office
"Streetcar" exclamation
Suffix for many a biblical verb
Sugar substitute?
Swept styles
Tim and Woody
Tried to get along
Tune that translates roughly to "My Sun"
Tycoon Onassis
Well-done finales?
Went around
"Why yes, I'd love a walk," in dogspeak
"Your point being?"