February 1st 2019, New York Times

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1957 Jimmy Dorsey standard
Aid for a start-up business
Annual holiday first celebrated in 1966
As a whole
Beach ___
Bean holders
Best friend of Jess on Fox's "New Girl"
Big Angolan export
Big-box store with the slogan "Never stop improving"
Brother of Seth, in the Bible
Cinemax competitor
Cocktail with vodka, triple sec and lime juice
College from which Steve Jobs dropped out
Common type of TV news broadcast
Conjunctivitis treatment
Declined
Dentist's instruction
Dessert that's chilled overnight
Difficult thing to give a cat
Do some day jobs
Doctor with a well-known diet
Drawing that nobody wants
Drink that can cause brain freeze
Engaged
Entrepreneur's start
Event that catches someone by surprise?
Family-style Chinese dish
Fire sale?
Fishing need, maybe
Flashy dance maneuver
Game-changing invention?
Glass with thick-rimmed glasses
Hot cocoa mix brand
In excess, in slang
Informal greeting
Intro courses?
"___ is gained as much by good works as by evil": Machiavelli
Is overcome with joy, say
Italian time period
Kubrick film villain
Last-ditch effort
Lot
March 15, e.g.
___ Matthews, either of an N.B.A. father-and-son duo
Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop ___ You Get Enough"
Minute Maid brand
Neighborhood with Plaza de la Raza and the Latino Walk of Fame
Netflix show inspired by "The Twilight Zone"
One helping to set the stage
Place for hot shots
Purina competitor
Purina product
Recurrent theme
Sales lure
Scandalous selfie, maybe
Soda can meas.
Some loaves
Some tiebreakers, for short
Spots for luggage
Stirs
Tavern offerings
Things pulled out of seams
Thomas Hardy title heroine
Toe woe
Twosome
Virtuoso
Wee folklore hero
What lovers' hearts do
What spirits can do
Where Delaware and Minnesota have farmers
Worked hard