April 3rd 2019, New York Times

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Abstainer's portion
___ access
"... am I right?!"
Annual mystery writer's award
Appear
Aromatherapy spot
Bells and whistles, maybe
"Ben-___"
Bets everything one's got
Big part of an elephant
Bit of Oscar recognition, informally
Bond wore a white one in "Goldfinger"
Car body option
Chicken ___
Commercial holiday mailing
Competitor of Target
Deuce follower
Droop
Dust-up
Enhances, as an original recording
Exams
Favorable outcome
French article
Goof
Google returns ... or the answers to the four starred clues
Goose ___
Half of square dance participants, typically
Heart and ___
Helmut of fashion
Home of the Titans
*Howard Carter, 1922
"I'll do that job"
Kind of fly
Kind of pork on a Chinese menu
Length of a quick tennis match
"Let me think ... huh-uh"
Letter above a sleeping toon
Losing poker player's declaration
*Louis Pasteur, 1885
Lucy's man
Magic creatures of Jewish lore
Mexican resort area, for short
Old British biplanes with an apt name
One issuing red cards, for short
One-named Latin singer
Others, in a Latin list
Overhang
Pageant topper
Partner of part
Pass slowly and carefully
Peacock's walk
Pick on
Possible reason for an R rating
Prez or veep
Queens's Arthur ___ Stadium
Reine's husband
*Roald Amundsen, 1906
Sch. system with campuses in Pullman and Spokane
Seattle-based retail giant
Some HDTVs
Something to confess at a confessional
"Stat!"
Still in one piece
Strands at a ski lodge, say
Street cleaning day event
The "C" of F.C. Barcelona
Time to remember
Topic in parapsychology, for short
U2 can call it home
Unwanted blanket
Ver-r-ry small
Verdi's "La donna è mobile," for one
Vintage car inits.
Wait
Where Apia is found
Where's it's happening
*William Herschel, 1781