August 6th 2018, New York Times

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A or C-
Actor/director Eastwood
'Almost finished!'
Alternatives in case things don't work out
Anaconda, e.g
Armor flaw
Bear's home
Bill's 'excellent adventure' partner
Bugs Bunny or Wile E. Coyote
Bump on a log, literally
Calligrapher's collection
Clean Air Act org
Comparable (to)
Competed in a marathon
Computer glitch
Creative thoughts
Cubes in a freezer
Cushioned footstool
Decade that spawned the slogan found at the starts of 19-, 31-, 40- and 51-Across
Door fastener
Dustin Hoffman's role in 'Midnight Cowboy'
Electrical unit
English rocker Hitchcock
Fred Mertz's wife in 1950s TV
Frequently, to Frost
'Game of Thrones' actress Headey
Give a hard time
Hamilton's bills
Hammer's end
High trains in Chicago
'___ Hope' (soap opera)
'Hurry up!'
Hush-hush grp
It can get you into a lather
Kind of exam that's not written
L.B.J. campaign to help the poor
Less fortunate
'Let's take it from the ___'
Like a diet that allows only fats and protein
Like some Greek columns
Like some promises and gas tanks
Lopsided wins
Magical drink that gets someone smitten
Mess up
Midrange golf club
Muddy deposit
Open the door for
Overflows (with)
Painstakingly sorts (through)
Planet between Mercury and Earth
Posts, as a letter
President elected with the slogan 'Yes we can'
Prevent from falling, perhaps
Redding who sang '(Sittin' On) the Dock of the Bay'
Seafood often served on a toothpick
___ Shriver, sister of J.F.K. and founder of the Special Olympics
Simon & Garfunkel's 'I ___ Rock'
Ski jacket
Smoldering remains
'So that's your game!'
Splits in two
Swashbuckler's weapon
'The Magic Flute,' for one
The 'O' of O magazine
'... ___ the twain shall meet'
Typist's stat, in brief
Use shears
Velvet-voiced Mel
Walk drunkenly
'Watch your ___!'
What children should be, and not heard, they say
Wild shopping expedition
Word on a wine label