April 7th 2017, New York Times

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1963 western based on Larry McMurtry's 'Horseman, Pass By'
1979 revolution site
1983 Record of the Year
20th-century comedian who was known as 'The Clown Prince of Denmark'
Added numbers?
American candy company since 1904
Beat soundly
Bird whose name means 'golden'
Boy Scouts founder Robert ___-Powell
'Brace yourselves ...'
Bread spread whose tagline is 'Love it or hate it'
Brush alternative
Came to an end
Cynical responses
Dishes that might be prepared in Crock-Pots
Doesn't go out
Drivers in cabs
Druidic monument
Ear parts
Enlarge, in a way
Fortune reader, maybe
Gaza Strip guerrillas
Green valuables
Harpers Ferry river
Heat shields, of a sort
Herring relative
History course topics
Hopes not to be called, say
It's picked up in a mess
Like a bed you're in
Like a well-written thriller
Many first graders
Market figures
Minds one's place?
Obsolescent online connection provider
Onetime Chicago Outfit establishment
Ophthalmological ailment
Orange Free State founders
Parts of a rambling oration
Popular Japanese beer
Prep before playing
Rafter connectors
Result of one too many misdeeds
Retro amusement center
Rock music?
Roll up
Runnin' ___ (N.C.A.A. team)
Say repeatedly
Shriek of pain
Singer Winehouse
Sister brand of Ortho
Tease relentlessly
Trading card figures
Wagner's Tristan and Parsifal, e.g
When people meters are used