April 6th 2017, New York Times

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1969 World Series hero Tommie
1978 #1 hit for the Commodores
3.0, e.g
50% less?
Abbr. before a date
Actor whose four-letter first name shares three letters with his last
Alarm clock toggle
Big, tight embraces
___ Boyd, first wife of both George Harrison and Eric Clapton
Certain bicycle
Charley horse sensation
City near Dayton
Comics figure with extraordinary powers
Deli scoopful
Edible part of a litchi
Exam for jrs
Falling back (on)
Fleecy boot brand
François Hollande's one
Giants of folklore
Government org. in 'Breaking Bad'
Hot blood
It results in a runner being called safe
It's south of the Caspian
Kitchen gizmo
Last word of many an improv skit
LAX patrollers
Like Quentin Tarantino films
Like the 'Scream' films
Many an embedded animation
Moving object?
Olympics success
One behind a velvet rope, say
Options on a barbershop wall
Org. that hires many engineers
Passing comments?
Persians, e.g
Playbook symbols ... or letters treated symbolically in this puzzle's Down answers
___ pop (music genre featuring simple, catchy melodies)
Potentially insulting
Prefix with vitamin
Quantity of disk drive capacity
Radio host Glass
Really enjoy
Sch. that's home to the N.C.A.A.'s Wahoos
Scot's negative
Sitcom catchphrase of the '70s and '80s
Situation in which, on the whole, nothing can be gained or lost
Suffix with ethyl
Supermarket chain
Symbol at the center of a Scrabble board
'That feels so-o-o-o good!'
The Hawks, on scoreboards
They may make your hair stand on end
Thurman of 'Pulp Fiction'
'Très ___!'
Umpire's cry
Uncovers dirt, in a way
Vast amounts
Very strong
Vessel opener
Went back to where it all began
Word in the corner of some news broadcasts
Word with Dutch or American
World capital whose motto is 'Fluctuat nec mergitur' (Latin for 'It is tossed but does not sink')