February 21st 2017, New York Times

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5-7-5 verse
Absorbs, as gravy
"___ already said too much"
"And so on and so forth"
"And there it is!"
Be at leisure
BlackBerry alternative
Cass of the Mamas & the Papas
Chests in synagogues
Classic American dessert
Congers, e.g.
Draws to a close
Driver's licenses and such, for short
Exam for an ambitious H.S. student ... or what this puzzle has been?
Explanatory Latin phrase
Federal tax agts.
Flying insect with prominent eyespots
Frame job
Frozen CO2, familiarly
Garment draped over the shoulders
Generic name for a herding dog
Grab a bite
Granola morsel
Grooming accessory that may be stuck in the hair
Having an open, delicate pattern
Health resort amenity
How freelance work is typically done
Invisible emanations
Lays out neatly
Like some profs.
Material to sketch on
Michael Corleone player in "The Godfather"
Neither here ___ there
Nuclear reactor
Obi-Wan ___ (Jedi knight)
Opera set in Egypt
___ Organa ("Star Wars" princess)
Ornamental pond fish
Painful muscle injury
"Parks and Recreation" star
Penne ___ vodka
Per person
Physicist Alessandro, inventor of the electric battery
Plane hijacker
Plants used to make tequila
Pup : wolf :: ___ : fox
Qatari capital
Rain delay covers
Recasts damaging information in a favorable light, say
Relating to songbirds
Sans prescription, in brief
Sharable PC file
Sicken with sentiment
Smaller cousin of the double bass
Societal troubles
Source of healthful fatty acids in a StarKist can
Spitting sound
Take care of, as the bill
Taking no guff
Trade associations
Trail mix
Ultimatum's end
Undergoes oxidation
University address ender
Washington and environs, informally
Went leisurely downriver, perhaps
Wordlessly implied
Would-be attorneys' hurdles, briefly
"www" address