March 2nd 2019, USA Today

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64-Across minus 64-Across
A percentage
America's Cup craft
Beast-based attraction
Belligerent blog post
Bill of educational showsend
Black & Decker buy
Black-plumed marsh bird
Blu-ray player inserts
Book cover blurb, briefly
Bring to life onstage
Cell occupant
Colloquial pricing phrase
Country south of the Caspian
Couple that called it quits
Credit union transaction
Crystal-centered rock
Darwinian theory figures
Director's concern
Distinctively shaped fruit
Dory voicer DeGeneres
Engage in branch management?
Enjoyed a Ferris wheel
Finds contemptible
Flooring square from a kiln
Former Valley of Mexico native
Fred and Wilma's house material
French author of "Time Regained"
Frequent sock hole spot
Great amount
Great Lake bordering Ontario
Harper's article
"Haven't heard anything yet"
Headed out
Heat up again, as coffee
Historical intervals
Hour of short shadows
Hutt of sci-fi fame
In essence
Joe of many hoodlum roles
Journalistic bias
Kayaks, canoes, et al.
Keeping a good watch
King-beating club?
Knock, in urban slang
Leprechaun dance
Magazine with fashion advice
Many a business inheritor
Marching band biggie
Marriage-created relative
MGM-owned cable channel
Mimic a mugger
Minimum for a volleyball game
"Modern Family" star Ed
Moon-faced "South Park" kid
Neck-to-waist segment
Olive Garden baked entree
Overeater's utterance
Oyster cluster
Picturesque hotels
Puts through a dry run
Reach an accord
Romantic murmur
Saint Teresa, e.g.
Sandcastle eroder
Silver screendom's Thompson
Slicker during winter
Snoozer's sound
Speak without humility
Spider spotter's shriek
Spike on a spork
Stir honey into
They're struck when films wrap
TV station structure
Veterinarian's specialty
What school skippers play
Word in basic univ. course titles
"Yay!" or "Hey!"