April 8th 2019, New York Times

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Anonymous woman
___ Atkinson, portrayer of Mr. Bean
Author Morrison
Big commotion
Big to-do
Bitter beer
Bowie or Beckham
Causing white knuckles, say
Changing from time to time
Chip dip, for short
Comedian who co-starred in "Ride Along" and "The Upside"
Critical hosp. ward
"Deadpool" actor Reynolds
Do, re, mi, etc.
Eight things on an octagon
Establishment that might have a rainbow flag in the window
Eye of ___ (part of a witch's brew)
Gathering just for guys
Geico spokeslizard
Gelatin substitute made from seaweed
Greek letter shaped like a horseshoe
Greek T
Hair color that can be "dirty" or "platinum"
Harass endlessly
Having a kick, as food
Hit with a deft comeback
Hog's home
"Insecure" actress Issa ___
Jack who played Sgt. Friday on "Dragnet"
Kind of musical clef
Land unit
Lavish praise upon
Lighted sign by a stairwell
Lighthouse light
Lots and lots
Lumberjack's tool
Marked, as a box
Medicinal amounts
Middle of a poker table
Mind-reading ability, for short
"Mona Lisa" painter
Mothers of cousins
"Not gonna happen!"
Obtain money illegally
Pepperidge Farm cookie with a geographical name
Photos, informally
Playful furry creature
Pocatello's state
Prickly bush
Rap star Nicki
Road sign that hints at what can be found three times in this puzzle's grid
Rowboat propeller
Second Amendment-supporting grp.
Smell, taste or touch
Something a horse kicks with
Start of a rumor
Stopwatch button
Stuns, as with a phaser
Subculture wearing a lot of black
Supporting vote
"___ the Walrus" (Beatles song)
Tom turkey or billy goat
Trackside transactions
"W" column in the standings
Wards off, as danger
Wind instrument named after a Greek god
Words from Woodsy Owl before "don't pollute!"
Words on a pair of desk trays
"You may disagree," to texters
Zig's opposite