February 7th 2017, New York Times

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1993 football movie starring Sean Astin
2014 Super Bowl performer
A cat is said to have nine of them
Animal hide
Annual Austin festival, for short
Asian river whose name is one letter away from an Ivy League college
At any point in history
Bear whose bed was too hard for Goldilocks
Bedside buzzer
Broadcast part
Central points
Charges for some Madison Avenue firms
Chest of drawers
Comic strip sound from a drunkard
Common street name
Condom material
Cookie that's often pulled apart
David ___, philosopher influenced by Locke
"Ergo ..."
First coat for a painter
First place where Napoleon was exiled
Fish eggs
Four-term prez
Grander than grand
Heart of the matter
Hold together
Hung around
In a relaxed rhythm, musically
Inflame with love
Interest rate setter, with "the"
"Let's Get Loud" singer, affectionately
Loser to the tortoise, in fable
Lovey-dovey sound
Make bread
Many a Donald Trump announcement
"Masterpiece Theatre" network
Mexican dish served in a shell
Muscle toned from push-ups, informally
Oafish sort
Off-roaders, for short
On edge
People often caution against reinventing it
Place divers explore
Pointy stone used in early Native American weaponry
Prominent Dumbo features
Queen's place
Repeated word before "pants on fire"
See 47-Across
See 5-Across
"See ya"
Shake one's booty
Site of the first-in-the-nation caucuses
Snowman in "Frozen"
So done with
Teri who played Phoebe's mother on "Friends"
"That's a ___!"
"The Grapes of Wrath" surname
"The ___, the Proud, the Marines"
Title for two Clue characters
Track-and-field event
TV news deliverer
Twisted humor
Villain's vanquisher
Warning initials above an Internet link
With 15-Across, "Don't delay!"
With 57-Across, Queen's place
World Cup sport