December 1st 2018, USA Today

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Adam's first home
Alabama march city
Aldrich of spydom
Amazon's smart speaker brand
___ and greet (reception)
Any of 17 Monopoly properties (Abbr.)
"___ are born great . . . " (Shakespeare quote)
Ascribed, as blame
Be of use
Big name in athletic shoes
Budget-brand prefix
Chicagoan on match.com?
Christopher who played Superman
Colorful card game
Come close to, with "on"
Cosmetic in a compact
Croupier's chip-moving method?
Cubicle fixture
Days before big events
Decked out
Direction on a Kool-Aid package
Diversion on a place mat
Dot in a 50-Down
Dry Italian wine
Eye flirtatiously
Feeling peevish
Fireplace fixture
Flockhart of "Ally McBeal"
Garment with a watch pocket
"Get lost!"
"Ghostbusters" goop
Golden years investments, for short
Goodie with Topps baseball cards, once
Graf with seven Wimbledon wins
Harbor vessels
Headgear that's always in style?
Helper on the Hill
Holiday-season worker
Hoops Hall of Famer Willis
In an aloof manner
Invest in 46-Down
Karl of the Bush 43 White House
Keystone lawman
Large section of a Risk board
Like a 1909 S-VDB penny
Like a weasel's eyes
Like big hair, often
Like most Riyadh natives
Lorraine of "The Sopranos"
"Love Song" singer Bareilles
Many Haydn compositions
Mary of "The Maltese Falcon"
Maryland athletes, for short
Medieval drudge
___ Miss (Rebels' school)
Most of the Earth's surface
Movie snippet
Official in a striped shirt, for short
Orthodontists' org.
Passed into law
Pinto or lima
Prefix with van or cam
Ranchland unit
Rio automakerend
Romance novelist Roberts
Roof overhang
Served with a creamy Parmesan sauce
Sign before Taurus
Sleety downpour?
Spill the beans
String along
Sweet red liqueur
"The Blackboard Jungle" author Hunter
"The Tempest" sprite
"Time is money," e.g.
Twist the arm of, so to speak
Wall Street worker