August 1st 2018, New York Times

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10th-grade student, for short
'___ a Grand Old Flag'
Adam's apple locale
Ballet dancer Pavlova
Barely got
Barracks bed
Beverage that may be labeled 'XXX'
Buccaneer's sword
Butler who frequented Tara
Campus area for amorous students?
Capek play that debuted the word 'robot'
Cause of Cleopatra's death
Co-star of H'wood's 'The Brothers McMullen'
Common spreadsheet program
Creature from Madagascar
Currently watchable
Dear, as a memory
Edge of a green
End for Joan of Arc
Extend across
Extremely popular
Feather's partner
Flutterer around Orange County and L.A.?
Food for a woodpecker
Former attorney general Janet
Game that has Draw Two and Reverse cards
Gardner who played the Barefoot Contessa
German pop star who once had a #2 song
Groan-worthy remark, say
Holed, as a putt
Home to Queen Sonja
Horse genus
James who wrote 'Ulysses'
Japanese salad green
Judge's voluntary removal from a case
Just as much
Kaplan course subj
Lagoon surrounder
Large coffee vessel
Layers of dark green eggs
Many an annex
Marathons, way back when?
Means of self-defense
Nectar collector
'No seats left' letters at a theater
Not at all lax
Not fully closed
'On the double!'
One-named soccer star
___-out clause
Part of a house that projects
Plot turner
Put-down to someone from Manhattan or the Bronx?
Rent out
Reporter's non-W query
Rock concert need
Salty bagel topper
S.E.C. school near Atlanta, for short
Set up
Short fly ball
Shrek, for one
Snack that's often pulled apart
Soapmaker's supply
Spun trap
___ Star State
Talks, talks, talks
'That hurts!'
Unable to see ... or, when taken as a homophone, what today's puzzle answers and clues all are
Unusual sort
Weasley of the Harry Potter books
'Well done!'
What could make you take a deep breath
When N.F.L. teams don't have to play
Where Seoul and Pyongyang are