April 8th 2017, New York Times

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50-50, say
68 works of Haydn
Adding a 'z' to its front forms its preceder
Award-winning webcomic about 'romance, sarcasm, math and language'
Bikini, notably
Bonehead, to Brits
Commercial enticement
Component of the pigment Maya blue
Counterpart of a rise
Court colleague of Ruth and Elena
Croatia is on it
'East of Eden' girlfriend
Emulate Bonnie and Clyde
Entertainment enticement
Fabric shop collection
Fictional mariner also known as Prince Dakkar
First-century megalomaniac
Gas: Prefix
G.I. Joe and Cobra Commander, e.g
Gordon Gekko or Rooster Cogburn
Grandma Moses' output
Guitarist Zappa
Head scratcher?
'Hello ... I'm right here'
Hires for a float?
Hotel offering for an extra charge
'I'll shut up now'
Ineffective pill
Inventor with three steam engine patents
It was often accompanied by a lyre in ancient Greece
It's just a line or two
Like herbal cigarettes
Member of a heist crew
One of a pair of drawers facing each other?
One who might recall action on Iwo
Philanthropy beneficiary
President between two Williams
Problem to address
'Rabbit of ___' (Bugs Bunny short)
Round bump on a cactus
Sitter's charge, maybe
Slanted paper lines?
Soprano tenor, maybe
Squeaks by
Subject of plays by Sophocles, Euripides and Cocteau
Suitable for all ages?
Tears up the dance floor
Tender spot?
They're filled at factories
To avoid the risk that
Wear (out)
What's often debugged
Words accompanying a head slap
'You get the idea'
YouTuber or eBayer