April 3rd 2018, New York Times

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Air ticket abbr
Almost a meter
Alternative to Travelocity or Orbitz
Animal that has strayed from the herd
*Avon competitor
Bearded beast
'___ Ben Adhem' (Leigh Hunt poem)
Big Apple inits
Bit of a comic
Boat trailers?
Body blow reaction
Cara who sang 'Flashdance ... What a Feeling'
'Chocolat' director Hallström
Comedian Bruce
Disney mermaid
Drunken dazes
___ Dunham, mother of Barack Obama
Emperor who finished the Colosseum
Ending '
Equinox mo
Excited, as a crowd
First few minutes of many podcasts
Fish tank buildup
Flexible conjunction
*'For what reason, though?'
Freeze over
French waters
Geese formation
'Gil Blas' writer
Having a zesty taste
Having bags all packed, say
Hosp. areas
'I rule!'
Lead-in to 'ops'
Like a curmudgeon
Like whitecaps
Line around the globe
*List for some binge watchers
Longtime U.K. record label
Lou Gehrig's disease, for short
*Lowest point on the earth's surface
Mag mogul with a mansion
Makes a to-do about this and that
Mama Cass
Marked down
More passionate
Move low toward the horizon
Much-used Twitter symbols
Muscle below a delt
Org. concerned with eagles and birdies
Papa Bear of Chicago Bears history
Prix ___
Quaker ___
Rap sheet letters
*Response to 'Who, me?'
Rodin, for one
'Seinfeld' uncle
Setting of Kubla Khan's palace
Ship's pronoun
Spanish weeks
State firmly
Sticky-leaved plant that feeds on insects
Suffix with north or south
Summa cum ___
*Superman's alien name
The Cyclones of the Big 12 Conf
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Tossed out of the game, informally
Tow job provider, in brief
War-torn Syrian city
When repeated, what little stars do
Windy City rail inits
Without assistance
World Series-winning manager Ned