December 5th 2016, New York Times

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1940s British guns
2006 Winter Olympics city
After a fashion
After Karachi, the most populous city in Pakistan
Aloe ___
Are able, biblically
'As you ___'
Baseball hitter's stat
Bitcoins, for example
Boastful sort
Candy that's 'two mints in one'
Chicken ___ king
Complete, as a crossword grid
Cry with 'humbug!'
Czar called 'the Great'
Days of old
Deborah of 'The King and I'
Electrical unit
Exchange, as an older model
Feudal worker
File folder projection
Food, shelter or clothing
Game with straights and flushes
Get ready for a golf drive
Honest ___ (presidential moniker)
Invitation to a questioner
It grabs one's attention
'Jeopardy!' host Trebek
Keyboard, monitor, mouse and other devices
___ Khan (Islamic title)
Kind of port on a computer
Knob next to 'bass'
Like a standard highway
Like some short-lived committees
'Li'l' guy of old comics
Make ___ (set things right)
Makes a boo-boo
'Miss ___' (2016 thriller)
Mormon Church, for short
Muhammad Ali, for the 1996 Olympics
Native Israelis
'No worries'
One-named R&B singer who won a Grammy for his 2014 album 'Black Messiah'
One of tennis's Williams sisters
Playwright Edward
Positions higher, as a camera angle
Program file suffix
'Ready, ___, go!'
Really good joke
Rock band fronted by Michael Stipe
Rock genre
Rug rat
Sault ___ Marie, Mich
Soccer official, for short
Some Maidenform products
Something it's not mannerly to put on a dinner table
Something scary
Sounds like a dog
Source of Peruvian wool
Spanish 'other'
Successor to F.D.R
Suffix with narc-
'The Real World' cable channel
'Vive le ___!' (old French cry)
'Welcome' thing at the front door
'What have you been ___?'
___ wonder (musical artist without a repeated success)
Words exchanged at the altar