December 19th 2016, New York Times

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April fool player
Astronaut's tankful
At one's ___ convenience
Barbie or Ken
Big school dance
Boston footballer, for short
Boston ___ Party
Boxer known as 'The Greatest'
Bread box, for short?
Cheerleader's cry
Cousin ___ (Addams Family member)
Environmentalist's prefix
Everyone working in an office
Exact copy
Explorer and Escalade, in brief
Flat-bottomed boat
Fleming who created James Bond
Fury
Gift tag word
Gun rights org
Highest roll of a die
Horrific
Imply
'In that case ...'
Intl. group that's the object of many mass protests
Is
Javelin
Joe of 'GoodFellas'
Legal wrongs
Les ___-Unis
Like the population of Wyoming
Like the settlers of Iceland
Little puzzle
'Look at Me, I'm Sandra ___'
Magnetite and bauxite
Main artery
Match, as a bet
Max's opposite
Mincemeat ___ (Christmas staple)
Monastery leader
Moves like water around a drain
Neologism for an on-screen/off-screen relationship
Not more than
Nutmeg, for one
'Of ___ and Men'
One of a series at a wedding reception
One of Benjamin Franklin's certainties
Opposite of black-and-white
Overly
Past or present
Peruse
Pixar robot
Resident of Muscat
Right jolly ___ elf (Santa)
River through Paris
R.N.'s special touch
Santa player in 'Elf'
Santa player in 'Miracle on 34th Street'
Santa player in 'The Man in the Santa Claus Suit'
Santa player in 'The Polar Express'
Santa player in 'The Santa Clause'
S.E.C. school near Atlanta, for short
Sheep sound
Show on which John Candy and Eugene Levy got their starts
Sitting spot for a child visiting Santa
Some of them are proper
Some windshields have them
Something sent to Santa
Taste or touch
Temporary break
Terry Gross's NPR program
The year 2001
___ Tin Tin
West who said 'I used to be Snow White, but I drifted'
Winter hrs. in New York
'Yeah, why not!'
Zinger response