August 17th 2016, New York Times

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Actor Burton
“Affirmative ___ I read you” (line in “2001: A Space Odyssey”)
Airway or pipe
All fired up
“At the Milliner’s” painter
Big nits
Big oaf
Bird on a Froot Loops box
Carry a balance
Cars introduced with much fanfare on “E Day”
“Chocolate” dogs
Church chorus?
Common laborer
Composer Thomas
Dining table decorations
Dismissive looks
Experience anew
Fail as a night guard say
Forte on a score
Gains as in the stock market
___ gen.
Guard one’s bets
Gulf Coast catch
Hangover feeling
Hartford-based insurance giant
Holy text
“I do” e.g.
“I knew it all ___”
Intangible feeling informally
It has a 50% chance
Lacking slack
Lead-in to zone
Like much of Montana
___-l’oeil (illusion)
Musial in Cooperstown
Not be a tightwad
Occupied as a lav
Off-color paradoxically
One of 2297 for Hank Aaron in brief
Opening number
Part of A.D.
Part of STEM: Abbr.
Part of the Olympics logo
Party clothes
Pianist Gilels
Pioneering computer operating system
Punjabi for “disciple”
Recital pieces
Resistance unit
Runaway G.I.
Santa ___ winds
Seder celebrants
Shoppe descriptor
Something you might hear in an empty building
Spanish for “table”
Starting progress metaphorically
States of pique
Stock watcher’s network
___ Taft Benson (1980s-’90s Mormon leader)
Thousand G’s
Traitor in the Revolutionary War
What sorcerers practice ... or a hint to interpreting five clues in this puzzle
What’s brewing maybe
Where Caterpillar is headquartered
Wine variety
Years and years