February 9th 2017, New York Times

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10-Down, across the 15-Down
1953 prize for Churchill
2-Down, across the 15-Down
35-Down, across the 15-Down
4-Down, across the 15-Down
41-Down, across the 15-Down
52-Down, across the 15-Down
56-Down, across the 15-Down
8-Down, across the 15-Down
Able but unwilling to read
At original speed, musically
Avoid having an arranged marriage, maybe
Back in the day
Biography subtitled "The Invention of India"
Bird whose wings are used as stabilizers, not for flying
Bit of resistance
Bona fide
Buckskins
Caesarean rebuke
Comedian Aziz
Common clown name
Crowning point
Damage the reputation of
Designer Gernreich
Do monumental work?
Drive a getaway car for, say
Early strings
Exam that takes 2 hrs. and 45 mins.
Fast-food inits.
Film director Martin
France's ___ du Bourget
Get seen by, like, everyone
Give ___ (yank)
Honeybunch
It ends in diciembre
It has a top and a bottom with nothing in between
It's debatable
Joshed
Like New York City drivers, in popular belief
Like the BBC's headquarters, architecturally
Ljubljana resident
Male duck
Manhattan's ___ Village
Mercury, on the periodic table
Motor oil brand
Neighbor of a Yemeni
Nowhere to be found, informally
Numbers class, in England
Ocular malady
Old English Christmas meat
One, to Juan
Oxford-to-London dir.
Past the regulation period, informally
Pats, e.g., before 1970
Perceived intuitively
Phrase differently, as a question
"Pond"
Prospects
Radius neighbor
Ride to the World Trade Center
"Rumor has it ..."
Soak (up)
Stadium cry
Subject of a notable 2016 referendum
Suffix with form
Surfer's tether
Take down a peg
"The only serious thing in the world," per Oscar Wilde
Trifling amount
Triumphant boast
Trounce, informally
"Vous �tes ___"
What a load might land with
When repeated, Mork's sign-off
Where or why, in Latin
Words of compassion