August 3rd 2018, New York Times

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1991 sci-fi film sequel
A trilogy has three: Abbr
'Another thing I forgot to mention ...': Abbr
Breakfast cookware item
Bright look
Bronze producer
Burgoo or callaloo
Bygone record giant
Cab charge?
Cancel on someone
Cartoon character who plays a saxophone
Channel that used to show a clip of the 1969 moon landing every hour
Children's author who wrote 'Did you ever stop to think, and forget to start again?'
Commercial lines?
Complains vocally
Complete, as a skeleton
Containing gold
Corn flour in Latin American cuisine
Cosmopolitan feature
Croupier's implement
Diagonal sail support
'___ Dieu!'
Digitally endorse
'Don't ___'
Extras on TV's 'Doctor Who'
Factor in calculating an object's momentum
Feeling after a guilt trip
Four-finger gestures
Four-legged friend
French vanilla ice cream ingredient
Fuze competitor
Get in the game
Hamburger, maybe
Henry Higgins, to Eliza Doolittle
Italy's ___ alla Scala
Keogh plan alternative
'Li'l Abner' creature
Monet that isn't worth much money, say
Nothing, in Nantes
OS X runner
Poetic preposition
Popular holiday dessert
Prefix with thesis
Record label for Otis Redding
Rock band with four(!) self-titled albums
Sauce with the same consonants as what it's used on
Says goodbye to a lover
Singer whose 'Thinking Out Loud' won the 2015 Grammy for Song of the Year
Singer/songwriter who composed the Captain & Tennille's #1 hit 'Love Will Keep Us Together'
Sir ___ of the Round Table
Skeleton vehicle, in the Olympics
Skin softener
Start of learning
Stir crazy?
Stop bringing up
Symbols of control
Take second
Turns a corner?
Urban garden locale
Washington establishment, so it's said
What Adderall treats, for short
When 'et tu' was spoken
Words said with one's glass raised
You might be careful opening something with this label