April 12th 2019, New York Times

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19th-century author whose works are still read word for word
2016 prequel that earned more than a billion dollars at the box office
Adjust to, as on a thermostat
Aesop's "The ___ and the Grasshopper"
Agcy. headed by a deputy asst. secretary of labor
Bad record
Barely communicate?
C or D
Cart fare
___-chic
Classic book that begins "At the far end of town where the Grickle-grass grows ..."
Colorful parrot
Composition of Indonésie
Cousin of "Gosh darn it!"
Currently
Elect
Email line
Ending with many fruit names
Establishing
Exhibition highlight
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off" co-star
Forever, seemingly
"Forgive the question ..."
Fried chicken option
Fruity liqueur
German route
Hangs onto something
"Haste makes waste," e.g.
"Hello-o-o-o!"
"I'm in awe"
Invitation qualification
Jalapeño, after smoking
Lawrence of Arabia portrayer
Led a parade, musically
Like Art Nouveau
Like Bugles snacks
Looping symbols of life
Major vessel
Many honeymoon locales
"Not one ___!"
One with hairy legs
Openly lament
Outlines
Part of a blended family
Piece played in a conservatory
Pirated, in a way
Pro caregivers, for short
Rafael Nadal's home, in Olympics shorthand
Reasons to say "I'm sorry"
Rebellion leader of 1786
Rick's wife on "The Walking Dead"
Santa ___ (some winds)
"Send My Love" singer, 2016
Show that won the Outstanding Drama Emmy for each of its first four seasons
Sight on an Alaskan cruise
Site of the 2022 World Cup
Small peninsula
Soccer superstar Lionel
Some bottom-dwellers
Splits
Starbucks competitor
Start of many Southwest place names
"Sweet" locale in T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land"
They're loaded with cash
Thirst
Title character not requiring an actor
Transform
Upper-crust sorts, stereotypically
Utterly, in modern slang
Wayne of soccer fame
Whiz
Worshiper with an inverted pentagram, maybe