February 14th 2017, New York Times

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500 sheets of paper
___ about (approximately)
"Acid"
"Ad ___ per aspera" (Kansas' motto)
Advice-giving "Dr." of radio
Annie who was nicknamed "Little Sure Shot"
Archenemy of Bugs Bunny ... who might say things like 17-, 24-, 32-, 42- and 51-Across
Before, to poets
Believes
Bygone Toyota sports car
Chicken
Come to earth
___ congestion (cold symptom)
Counterpart of sciences
Country with which the U.S. re-established diplomatic relations in 2015
___ de corps
Degs. for creative types
Delilah was his undoing
Den
Des Moines's home
Device for killing mosquitoes?
"Eureka!"
___ exams (tests at the end of a student's fifth year at Hogwarts)
Expert
Fair-hiring inits.
Family relations
Fig. on an application
Fight at 20 paces, say
From ___ Z
Gaping opening
Goalie Dominik with 16 seasons in the N.H.L.
Having an exhilarating effect
Helps
Host at a roast
Instructed
Jarhead
___ Lama
"___ last words?"
Lays eyes on
Leave completely filled
Letter before sigma
Letter before zee
Licentious man
Like a well-worn dirt road
Like books and tea leaves
Man's nickname that's just wonderful?
Moral toughness
Music with conga drums
Narrow advantage
Not ___ deal
On the schedule
One of the Stooges
Paying close attention
PC network overseer
Pouring into a shot glass, e.g.?
Proprietor
Racket sport
Relatives of slack jaws?
Sauna feature
Sch. for future admirals
Shoo-___ (overwhelming favorites)
Signal from offstage
___-size model
Small, cute residence?
Software problem
Stars and ___ (Confederate flag)
Stir-fry vessel
"Stop joshin' me!"
Surprise victory
Sydneysider, for one
Things
Toolbar heading
Trig function
U.K. lexicon
Wail of an ambulance
What wakes everyone up in the morning at the duck pond?
Wood for archery bows
Words said over and over