January 10th 2017, New York Times

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A few: Abbr
Actor Paul of 'American Graffiti'
Actress Vardalos
Aggregate
Airplane seat restraint
Albanian currency
Another name for 23-Across
___ Aviv
Baltic capital
Big name in cameras and copiers
Book between Galatians and Philippians: Abbr
Brown ermine
Buildings in a Washington, D.C., 'row'
*Celery unit
Coastal raptor
Composition of dunes
'Congratulations!'
Corporate raider Carl
Creator of a logical 'razor'
Disc-flipping board game hinted at by a word ladder formed by the answers to the nine starred clues
Dollar bill, e.g
Eleanor Roosevelt, to Theodore
Embarrass
*'___ England Slept' (1938 Churchill book)
Fair-hiring letters
Farm female
*Formation of poker chips
Grand Marnier flavor
*Hackneyed
Haphazard
Hedren of 'The Birds'
H&R Block V.I.P
H.S. students getting ready for college
Insider informant
Items on a to-do list
Josephine who wrote 'The Daughter of Time'
Julio is part of it
___ Khan
Largest U.S. univ. system
*Leeway
Metric measures: Abbr
Mimic's ability
Mouths, slangily
Moves heavenward
Not just bite and swallow
Notable time period
'Now I get it!'
Nut jobs
*One side of a 23-Across piece
*Other side of a 23-Across piece
Part of L.G.B.T
Perfumer Nina
*Pinocchio swallower
Pioneering computer of the 1940s
Police dept. alert
Prom night rental
Robt. E. Lee, e.g
Rules in force in England before the Norman conquest
*Sedimentary rock
See-through
Setting for simmering
'Shucks!'
Slaps with a court fine
Social standing
Something to do immediately after waking up
Sounds of disapproval
Switch from plastic to paper, say
The Panthers of the A.C.C
The whole ball of wax
The year 1002
Tolkien's Treebeard, e.g
Trial figures
Twosome in a Shakespeare title
Up to, informally
Way too uptight
Where 'Hamlet' opens
'Who's there?' response
Widespread