January 14th 2017, New York Times

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1978 Nobel sharer
50-50, e.g
Anchovy or sand eel
Back in
Bangkok banknotes
Blood group?
Bond seen in 'Wayne's World'
Bracket position
Carpaccio, e.g
Celebrity ex of Bruce and Ashton
Comic who was the 2012 presidential nominee of the Peace and Freedom Party
Coulomb per second
Cousin of ibid
Davis of 'The Accidental Tourist'
'Either way works for me'
Ending with gun or mud
Fix permanently
Free from
Game with an official called a stickman
Golf or tennis lesson topic
House flip, e.g
Initiation, e.g
It 'paralyzes life,' per Martin Luther King Jr
Join the club, in Canterbury
Kimchi solution
Like bananas in banana splits
Like some extreme diets
Like the lower half of Haiti's flag
Like the upper half of Haiti's flag
Manure byproduct
Mock wedding setting in Shakespeare
Mother of the wind gods
N.B.A. coach Van Gundy
Obviously Catholic person, in a snarky rhetorical question
One of two in a tournament
Org. concerned with some labs
Parcel portion
Part of a Guardian Angel's attire
Person on a quick vacation, maybe
Put one over on
Really hot
Roast figures
Same old
See 29-Across
Shop item
Something that may help control the border?
They often turn knees green
Thrill during an excavation
Time Lords, e.g
Tiny orbiter
Tools descended from alpenstocks
Topper for Chaplin's Tramp
Very loud
Warrant, e.g.: Abbr
Was lousy
What coastlines may do
With 26-Down, bit of winter fun
Words before a business's date of establishment
X factor?
Yoga class directive