February 2nd 2017, New York Times

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18-wheeler
"All done!"
Animal that resembles a raccoon
Aspiring band's goal
Attack with a sword
Become clumped
Blockhead
Boardroom fig.
Bone in a wing or arm
Boxer Lennox
Brand of cooler
British crown colony from 1937 to 1963
Bygone Winter Palace resident
Call with a raised hand
Cause of some poisoning
Clear, as a printer
Conjunctivitis
Crime film genre
Dandies
Divine water
Echoing sound in a hallway, maybe
Egg on
February 13, e.g.
Food label listing
Grp. that has added 12 members since the end of the Cold War
Grp. that promised Trump "We'll see you in court"
High school athletic awards
How a book in Hebrew is read [watch out now!]
How people are usually listed in photo captions [phew, all done!]
Idle laughter source?
Its sound in old westerns was often simulated by a coconut
James Parkinson or Alois Alzheimer
Janowitz who wrote "Slaves of New York"
Kind of bike
Kind of membrane
Language in which "hello" is "annyeonghaseyo"
Latch ___
Leak fixer
Like some moussed hair
Little hoppers
London lav
Lyra's brightest star
Mendes of "2 Fast 2 Furious"
Mix
Mr. Bean portrayer Atkinson
"Not this again!," e.g.
Open a bit
Part of a bomb
Part of a flower
Perfume container
Plant with spores
Poetic adverb
Port with lots of lake-effect snow
Proverb
Ready to leave the garage [here we go again!]
Really long time
Recently
Rendezvoused (with)
Rhineland refusal
Shares held by a shareholder
Showed, as in a showroom
Some baitfish
Some line cutters, in brief
Southwest terminal?
Spice Girl Halliwell
Stretchers may touch them
Switch words
Trail activity
Treatment for a sprain
Used sofa?
Very: Fr.
"Vitruvian Man" artist
Wagon train cry [you can relax ...]
Whole
William ___, early British P.M.
Zellweger of "Chicago"