February 6th 2018, New York Times

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___ Accords (1990s peace agreements)
Amazing, in slang
American-made sports car with a V-10 engine
Andean capital
Arriver's cry
Audi rival
Bass, e.g
Blog entries
___ bran
Bud
Closemouthed
Common fishing spot
Commotion
Crow
Cute, in modern slang
Dim with tears
Dismiss abruptly
Eat stylishly
Exhaust
Favoritism
Film character who says 'Give yourself to the dark side'
Films on a grand scale
'Fingers crossed!'
From the beginning: Lat
Give in
How many TV shows are shown nowadays
If a > b and b > c, then a > c, e.g
Item in Santa's bag
Kind of lily
Letter before tee
Like nylon stockings
Like the architecture of many cathedrals
Loud commotion
Lowest point for Americans?
Mel who was the first N.L.'er to hit 500 home runs
Mistakenly
More or less, informally
Mount that has an insurance company named after it
Nosy sort
Not just one or the other
'O.K., tell me more'
Online greeting
Openly gay
Org. that sticks to its guns?
Plains Indian
Poll worker's request
Posted announcement at a theater entrance
Pourer's instruction
Prefix with center
Prefix with commute
Prototype, maybe
Put some money away
Rapscallion
Replies to an invitation
Reply to a ques
Road worker
___ room (postdebate area)
Rx detail
Sign on a real or virtual pet
SoCal daily
Solvers' cries
Some schlumpy male physiques
'Sorry, Charlie!'
Southernmost of the Ivies
Storage tower
The Tigers of the A.C.C
[This tastes awful!]
Tricky ... or a tricky description of 18-, 29-, 36-, 48- and 59-Across
Visibly blushing
Wicked cool
___ Wilcox, daughter in E. M. Forster's 'Howards End'
Winter solstice mo
Words and phrases that sound approximately alike, like 'ice scream' and 'I scream'
Year, in Spain
Yeshiva leader
Zig or zag