January 16th 2017, New York Times

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10 things in an Olympic swimming pool
1960s dance craze
Abbr. before an alias
'Ah, now it's clear'
Aide: Abbr
'Alas ...'
Alternative to bubble wrap
Ancient Peruvian
Apparatus pulled by oxen
Arrested suspect, informally
British ref. work
Co-ops, maybe: Abbr
Common Core dept
Completely ... with a summation of 17-, 30- and 47-Across
Cowboy's workplace
Cushiony
Daisies and dahlias
Dove's sound
Duck-hunting attire, informally
Eight: Sp
Exams
Eye part with the iris
Falafel bread
French seasoning
Freshly painted
Given to crying
Golfer's gouge
'Goodnight' girl of song
Grp. that includes Iraq and Qatar
'Halt!'
Have a mortgage, e.g
Highly classified
'Hop to it!'
Inquisitive
Intestinal fortitude, informally
Larsson who wrote 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo'
Lavish party favors
Lebanese city that was once the center of Phoenician civilization
Like four-leaf clovers, supposedly
Lipton products
___ Longstocking, girl of children's literature
Missouri river or tribe
Mixes
Most-wanted groups for parties
Nut-bearing tree
Nut popular in ice cream
Odor
One who gives tips (and gets tips?) at a country club
Other: Sp
'Penny Dreadful' channel, for short
Pizazz
Play about Capote
Poet Robert who spoke at J.F.K.'s inauguration
Polling bias
Prop for a golf ball
Rare occurrence on 'Jeopardy!'
Readily accept
Roma's country
Scissor cut
Sharpen, as skills
Sheet on a mast
Sign of a beaver's activity, maybe
Sign of a well-worn trail
Slippery, as winter roads
Somehow
Something that may be hidden behind a framed picture
Stairs
Stomach woe
Syringe, for short
Table tennis
'___ the night before Christmas ...'
Thin but strong
Toy on a string
Transmitted
Walkie-talkie
W.W. II foe