From the top crossword clue

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A G A I N

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Usa Today Clues March 03, 2018

___ 3D (movie format)
Appoint, as to an office
Barnyard bleater
Baseball Triple Crown stat
Behave like a brat
Big galoot
Bowler or boater
Business bigwig, briefly
Butting heads
Call a halt to
Carnival setups
Change from R to PG, say
COLA part
Companion of the id
Creator of Kanga and Eeyore
Credit alternative
"Dallas" matriarch
Daytona 500 org.
Did a 10K
Dog or wolf
Doll's cry
Elude the seeker
"Essays of ___" (Lamb work)
FBI agent, slangily
"___ fightin' words!"
Flooring pro
Folk tales
From the top
Gem State capital
Get too close to
Greased part of a car
Icky stuff
Insider's offering
Introduces to the mix
King in "Salome"
Less likely to err
Like an owl, it's said
Lost on purpose
Lot and lots
Margarita garnish
Mary of "The Maltese Falcon"
Minstrel's instrument
Mobiles, stabiles, etc.
Mosque leader
No longer dating
Palm reader, e.g.
Patronizes Avis, say
Play for a sap
Played first, in bridge
Plow-pulling team
President after Harry
Railroad track measure
React to mold, as cheese
RSVP addressees
Scrap, at Canaveral
Shaq who starred on the 39-Across
Sing with nonsense syllables
Slinky shapes
Smelter refuse
Sporting venue with lanes
St. Louis landmark
Steven of Aerosmith
Super-secure airline
Sword's superior, it's said
Taco salad ingredient
Talking stuffed bear of movies
Terhune title dog
"The Fall" novelist Albert
Tony or Edgar
U. of Maryland athlete
Venus flytrap's catch
Vile-smelling
Visiting Europe, say
Whopper alternative
Within earshot of
World's No. 1 polluter