April 16th 2019, New York Times

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130 and 140 are high ones
Aaron ___, Yankees manager beginning in 2018
Act like
Actor Louis ___ Jr.
Airer of N.C.A.A. March Madness games
Ancestral ruler
Annual horse race
"APPLAUSE" sign locale
Article of living room furniture
Basic idea
"Beau ___"
Big name in petrol
Big tubs
By way of
Castaway's locale
Cells separated by synaptic gaps
Choctaw and Chickasaw
Cinch ___ (commercial trash bag name)
Dahs' counterparts in Morse code
Dental problem
Denver-to-Albuquerque dir.
Device that might have a trackball
Does a bit of lawn work
Dwindles, with "out"
Elevated platforms for speakers
Features of May-December marriages
Flower cluster whose name can also be read as a challenge
Get exactly
"Here's the ___ ..."
Hired toughs
"___ Hope" (classic soap opera)
Idiosyncratic habit
"I'm speechless!"
In all honesty
Indulges too much, briefly
Inheritance, e.g.
"Is everything all right?"
Kama ___
Kvetchers' cries
L.A.-to-Denver dir.
"Life of Pi" director Lee
Make tweaks to
Miner's haul
Mob-busting law, for short
Newsman Koppel
Non-prophet foundation?
Noted 1950s-'70s D.J. dubbed a "fifth Beatle"
One hanging around a house?
One or two chips, maybe
Plant in an English hedge
Politician with a six-year term: Abbr.
Press " " on a calculator
Promise-to-pay note
Railroad bridge support
Relative of a chickadee
Remini who co-starred on "The King of Queens"
Resistance unit
Romanov leader
Saw red
Seeks legal recourse
Shrub that might cause a rash
Sign for the superstitious
Single-minded religious group
Soldiers' support grp.
Some "college" participants
Starchy pudding
Start of "The Star-Spangled Banner"
Still to come
Suffix with north or south
Tax table figure
Unaccounted-for soldier, for short
"Wrong you are!"