August 18th 2016, New York Times

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Abbr. that usually follows a comma
Actor ___ Elba
Be on the level?
Beat the drum for
Biblical mount
Bonk
Bump
Car modified into the Monkeemobile
Chops up
Corp. recruiters’ targets
Delegation at the Oslo Accords
Did a tour after joining up?
Dosimeter reading
Dream time for short
Drinks with plenty of vermouth
Ear parts
Energy-saving mode
Faux bronze
Fitzgerald of old “Is it live or is it Memorex?” ads
Flared dress
Forte
___ Gabriel
Gay who wrote “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold”
Gentle reminder
Hail e.g.
Hang back
Hawaiian veranda
Here/there connector
In scoring position say
Ingredient in Christmas pudding
Invent
It’s so typical
Kind of flute
Like best buds
Like the cinnamon in babka
Listing in un annuaire
Lotion ingredient
Many investigators’ leads
March locale of note
Mount in Greek myth
New York Times pieces since 1970
Newspaper with the headline “Mystery Hero Saves Falling Space Plane”
Noodle count in one of Arizona’s largest cities?
Not the main food allotment for one on an intel mission?
Noted trans-Atlantic voyager
Odor-Eaters product
Olympic racing event
“___ on me”
One of the Coen brothers
One of the Dolomites
Pen name
Pianist Rubinstein
Popular game with the sequel Riven
Pounds for example
Rights org. co-founded by Mary White Ovington
Rock-paper-scissors by another name
Sarge’s “Sell my city bonds!” telegram?
Smokes once touted by Willie the penguin
Subway station feature
“The Grapes of Wrath” itinerant
“There’s this thing called Google ...”
This appropriately
Tore
Two-syllable cheer
Universe of Energy locale
Upholsterer’s stock
Word after hot or before kit
Word after prime or cut
Yearbooks?
“___ You” (1975 #1 Minnie Riperton hit)
“You betcha!”
Zero in sports slang